Longest Lunar Eclipse of the century rises behind Rome's Colosseum

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You're looking at a Lunar eclipse, also known as a Blood Moon, as it rises behind the Colosseum in Rome. That happens when the sun, earth and moon all line up casting the Earth's shadow on the moon. Thousands around the world caught a glimpse of this striking moment as it lasted one hour and 43 minutes - making it the longest lunar eclipse of this century. Photo courtesy of Gregorio Borgia, AP.