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On Tuesday, a total solar eclipse stretched across South America. The path of totality, where the moon visibly blocks the sun, spanned parts of Chile and Argentina. Outside the path of totality, a partial solar eclipse was visible.

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Near the end of January, the moon will be completely covered in the Earth's shadow creating a total lunar eclipse -- and this will be a good one. It's being called a "Super Blood Wolf Moon," and it will be visible across all of the continental U.S., starting on January 20, and reaching its peak on the following night January 21.

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There’s going to be quite a show going on in Space on Friday night as a total lunar eclipse and Mars get together in the night sky.