Eclipse 2020: Watch AGAIN in case you missed the stunning Wolf Moon Eclipse

Some parts of the world did not manage to see the eclipse, however it was visible from Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia.

Those in North and South America were unable to view the lunar event

The Royal Observatory Greenwich said: “We only see the Moon because it reflects light towards us from the Sun.

“Lunar eclipses occur when the Earth either completely, or partially, blocks the path of light from the Sun to the Moon.”

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