Explaining the latest lunar event.
The rare event happens once every one or two years.
Okay, it's really just an eclipse.
It just took an eclipse, some microphones, and a bunch of schoolchildren to prove it.
Mars is at its closest and clearest right now. You know you want to look at it.
There goes the sun, doo doo doo doo.
If you're wondering, you're (really) not alone.
Start planning your next trip.
Or: the only recap you'll read today with no Game of Thrones spoilers
Because life will go on tomorrow, and you should be informed.
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