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Moon lighting: Tokyo residents watch partial lunar eclipse

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People in Tokyo watch the longest partial lunar eclipse in 600 years from the rooftop of a highrise building. IMAGES

Added on the 19/11/2021 11:44:17 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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