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The 16 best photos of the partial lunar eclipse

Millions of people were able to enjoy the last lunar eclipse of 2021, an astronomical event that could be enjoyed in America and part of Asia. This was the longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years, with a duration of just over 6 hours, And your way through the darkest part of Earth’s shadow lasted for 3 hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds, as reported by NASA.

Earth's shadow partially falls on the Moon seen in Tokyo, Japan (REUTERS / Issei Kato)
Earth’s shadow partially falls on the Moon seen in Tokyo, Japan (REUTERS / Issei Kato)
The tip of the Washington obelisk crowns with a red moon, a product of the eclipse (REUTERS / Al Drago)
The tip of the Washington obelisk crowns with a red moon, a product of the eclipse (REUTERS / Al Drago)
The longest lunar eclipse in a long time was fully enjoyed in Tokyo (REUTERS / Issei Kato)
The longest lunar eclipse in a long time was fully enjoyed in Tokyo (REUTERS / Issei Kato)
The blood moon sneaks through the skyscrapers of New York (REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz)
The blood moon sneaks through the skyscrapers of New York (REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz)
The Empire State Building in New York looks more beautiful with the dwarfed moon in the background (REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz)
The Empire State Building in New York looks more beautiful with the dwarfed moon in the background (REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz)
The Great Tower in Santiago, Chile also witnessed the astronomical event (REUTERS / Pablo Sanhueza)
The Great Tower in Santiago, Chile also witnessed the astronomical event (REUTERS / Pablo Sanhueza)
This is the longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years, lasting just over 6 hours.  (REUTERS / Pablo Sanhueza)
This is the longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years, lasting just over 6 hours. (REUTERS / Pablo Sanhueza)
In Santiago de Chile, and still during the day the lunar eclipse could be observed (REUTERS / Pablo Sanhueza)
In Santiago de Chile, and still during the day the lunar eclipse could be observed (REUTERS / Pablo Sanhueza)
The shadow of the Earth covers 97.4% of the Moon (Reuters)
The shadow of the Earth covers 97.4% of the Moon (Reuters)
A pagoda in Tokyo, Japan is visible along with the lunar eclipse (Reuters)
A pagoda in Tokyo, Japan is visible along with the lunar eclipse (Reuters)
The antenna of the One Trade Center Tower also witnessed the eclipse (Reuters)
The antenna of the One Trade Center Tower also witnessed the eclipse (Reuters)
Dozens of people observe the eclipse on a terrace despite being partially cloudy in Santiago de Chile (Reuters)
Dozens of people observe the eclipse on a terrace despite being partially cloudy in Santiago de Chile (Reuters)
The Tokyo Skytree building, and the eclipsed moon (REUTERS / Issei Kato)
The Tokyo Skytree building, and the eclipsed moon (REUTERS / Issei Kato)
People watch the partial lunar eclipse on a Tokyo terrace (REUTERS / Issei Kato)
People watch the partial lunar eclipse on a Tokyo terrace (REUTERS / Issei Kato)
Play of red colors between leaves of a Tokyo tree and the red moon (REUTERS / Issei Kato)
Play of red colors between leaves of a Tokyo tree and the red moon (REUTERS / Issei Kato)
The eclipsed moon is observed in Shanghai, China.  (REUTERS / Aly Song)
The eclipsed moon is observed in Shanghai, China. (REUTERS / Aly Song)

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