Lunar eclipse November 8: How to watch the last ‘blood moon’ of 2022

A dim, reddish moon seen over a park at night

If you’re desperate to see a total lunar eclipse, don’t miss the one on November 8. Otherwise you’ll have to wait a long time — as in: So long there will have been two Avatar movie releases and a presidential inauguration by the time...

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