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Clear Utah Skies Welcome the 'Blood Moon' Eclipse

Last night many Utahns stayed up until the early morning hours to witness a total lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon" because of the distinct orange-redish color that the moon becomes during totality. This is the first of four lunar eclipses that will take place about every six months for the next year and a half.

Check out some of the pictures and a timelapse made by KUER Reporter Brian Grimmett.

Credit Brian Grimmett
The lunar eclipse in one photo

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