A totally eclipsed supermoon rises beyond a U.S. flag Sunday in Kansas City, Mo. It was the first time that the events have made a twin appearance since 1982, and they won’t again until 2033.
A totally eclipsed supermoon rises beyond a U.S. flag Sunday in Kansas City, Mo. It was the first time that the events have made a twin appearance since 1982, and they won’t again until 2033. Charlie Riedel The Associated Press
A totally eclipsed supermoon rises beyond a U.S. flag Sunday in Kansas City, Mo. It was the first time that the events have made a twin appearance since 1982, and they won’t again until 2033. Charlie Riedel The Associated Press

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