The supermoon lunar eclipse was just as cool as it sounds

Chapman W.

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Sunday evening, people gathered around telescopes and cameras to watch the supermoon lunar eclipse. This astronomical rarity combines an overly-large supermoon with the red-orange hue that accompanies a lunar eclipse, and hasn’t occurred since 1982. The moon’s peak could be seen hovering over campus, ushering in autumn with its warm orange glow.

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Collegian Reporter Chapman Croskell can be reached at entertainment@collegian.com and on Twitter @Nescwick.