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Thousands stay up for 'blood moon'

Los Angeles -- Thousands stayed up late across the country Monday night to catch a glimpse of the moon crossing the Earths shadow.

The so-called blood moon made a rare appearance early Tuesday morning, the first of four lunar eclipses that will come every six months through September 2015.

The phenomenon makes the moon appear a coppery red color as it passes Earth. After next year, it wont happen again until 2032.

The blood moon was easy to see in cities like Los Angeles, Denver and Dallas, but more difficult to see in many places, like Rochester, dealing with cloud cover.

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