Those who looked skyward before sunrise were not left disappointed, as the sun, Earth and moon aligned

Australians who looked skyward before sunrise were not left disappointed, as the moon glowed blood red for the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century.

The total lunar eclipse, or “blood moon” began at 5.32am AEST on Saturday, lasting for one hour and 43 minutes, as the sun, Earth and moon aligned.

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