PHOTOS: Super Blood Moon lunar eclipse

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Did you catch the supermoon eclipse Sunday night?

The full moon appeared much larger because it was at its closest orbit to the Earth, and combined with the lunar eclipse  – the moon had an eerie red glow.

Pictures taken from across the country can be seen all over social media this morning.

Here in Chicago — some people were out of luck because of some clouds.

It’s the first time the events have made a twin appearance since 1982, and they won’t again until 2033.

Submit your own supermoon photos by clicking the red button below. Your photo will not appear in the gallery until it is approved by a web producer.

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