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Super Blood Moon Eclipse Viewing

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Photograph: Claudio Testa

Time Out says

The moon is doing a few fancy tricks this month, and you can catch the action from high in the sky at the 360 Chicago Observation Deck. What exactly will you witness? A blood moon, a supermoon and a lunar eclipse. The celestial show starts at 8:35pm but won't reach totality until about 10:40pm, at which point the moon will turn a red-orange color. The eclipse will end around 1am, so plan on staying up late. Tickets include access to TILT, and tripods are allowed and encouraged.


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