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For stargazers having an eclipse on the 16 July 2019 is particularly special because it marks the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11
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This month the International Space Station will be visible over Merseyside is skies stay clear.
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Stargazers will be in for a treat tonight as the Lyrid Meteor shower peaks across the UK.
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Local amateur photographer captured a stunning video of the moon.
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Stargazers will be in for an early Easter treat tonight as the Pink Moon will be visible.
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NASA captured a stunning image of the UK from space.
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If skies do stay clear its one you wont want to miss.
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Tonight's supermoon will be the biggest and brightest of the year.
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Some people did manage to capture a glimpse from Liverpool. Here are some of the best pictures.
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This January's blood moon lunar eclipse will be the last one to view in full for two years.

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