‘Supermoon’ Lunar Eclipse on September 28, lucky viewers will see a full moon that looks larger and brighter than usual, with a red tinge

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The first ‘supermoon’ lunar eclipse in over 30 years will grace our skies later this month.

Depending on weather conditions on September 28, lucky viewers will see a full moon that looks larger and brighter than usual, with a red tinge.

It will be first ‘supermoon’ lunar eclipse since 1982 and there won’t be another until 2033, according to Nasa.

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