Super blood wolf moon 2019: Watch a close-up video of the lunar eclipse

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The Griffith Observatory gives a close-up view of the 2019 super blood wolf moon. (Credit: The Griffith Observatory)

Hundreds of thousands of people saw Sunday's epic astronomical event: the super blood wolf moon.

During the lunar eclipse, the full moon appeared rusty in color.

Related:The meaning of a super blood wolf moon

The full event lasted roughly one hour and two minutes.



Didn't get a chance to see the super blood wolf moon? Check out a close-up of the event provided by The Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles in the video above.

Want to see one of these events in person?

Your next chance to see a full lunar eclipse will be in 2021. If you want to see a wolf moon, you'll have to wait until 2028.
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