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Everything you need to know about the total lunar eclipse on Sunday

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When you see the moon late at night on Sunday, May 15, you may notice something strange.  

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Before midnight, it will look like someone has taken a curved bite out of the moon. 

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It’s time again for a rare and awesome astronomical event: a total lunar eclipse. 

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And it will be visible across most of the United States and the Western Hemisphere. 

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The full moon in May is also known as the Flower Moon, signifying the blooms that come with spring and appear in North America during the month 

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It has also been called the Planting Moon, Milk Moon or Hare Moon.

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