On Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019, skywatchers around the world took in views of a total lunar eclipse combined with a supermoon, where a full moon appears a little bit bigger and brighter thanks to its slightly closer proximity to earth. There won't be another total lunar eclipse until the year 2021.
The full moon is seen during a lunar eclipse in Marseille, southern France.
Composition of several images of the Moon shows the different stages of the moon eclipse in Bogota, Colombia on Jan. 21, 2019.
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A U.S. flag in downtown Washington flies in front of the moon during a lunar eclipse.
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The moon fully shadowed by the Earth is seen above the castle of Salgo during a total lunar eclipse near Salgotarjan, 109 kms northeast of Budapest, Hungary.
The supermoon sets over Larissa, the ancient and medieval acropolis of Argos, one of the oldest cities in the world.
A blood moon rises above Christ the Redeemer statue during a lunar eclipse in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The Super Wolf Blood Moon lunar eclipse passes over One World Trade Center on Jan. 21, 2019 in New York City.
A woman stands watching the full moon, at the City Life neighborhood in Milan, Italy.
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Clouds pass before a lunar eclipse and supermoon approaching totality on Jan. 20, 2019 near Barstow, California.
The Super Blood Wolf Moon eclipse between branches of a tree in Antwerp, Belgium.
People watch the supermoon rise behind the downtown Los Angeles skyline, from Kenneth Hahn Park.
The moon is seen in its waxing gibbous stage as it rises behind the Empire State Building, seen from Jersey City, N.J.