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The lunar eclipse occurs minimum 4 in number every year. So I think the question after 80 years is invalid. But some special type of lunar eclipse may happen after 80 years. Most of the total lunar eclipses cannot be seen all over the world. Sometimes partial eclipses are also there. Due to shielding of the moon from sunlight by earth, we see lunar eclipse therefore sometimes moon becomes red also.
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I was actually talking about that special lunar eclipse that occurred on 27th of this year.I have heard several rumours about and the next occuring after 78-80 years.Thanks for the brief answer.
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