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Dublin: 13 °C Wednesday 16 October, 2019

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From TheJournal.ie A rare 'super blue blood moon' will be visible later - but Ireland won't experience the full effect Super-duper Moon

A rare 'super blue blood moon' will be visible later - but Ireland won't experience the full effect

The spectacle will be visible in clear skies above Australia, Asia and some parts of the US and Eastern Europe.

From TheJournal.ie Look up: You've two weeks to see a glowing green comet Lovejoy

Look up: You've two weeks to see a glowing green comet

Comet Lovejoy is paying a visit.

From TheJournal.ie This is your last chance to see the SuperMoon in 2014 I Spy

This is your last chance to see the SuperMoon in 2014

Get your smartphones ready.

From TheJournal.ie Scott Carpenter, second US astronaut in orbit, dies at 88 RIP

Scott Carpenter, second US astronaut in orbit, dies at 88

He died in a hospice from complications following a stroke.

From TheJournal.ie Kite-flying isn't all bad... as long as they are real kites In Pics

Kite-flying isn't all bad... as long as they are real kites

Feeling worn down by pre-Budget kite-flying? Take a break with fun from a Bristol fest this week.

From TheJournal.ie Look out your window soon to see Saturn (no telescope needed) Celestial

Look out your window soon to see Saturn (no telescope needed)

Want to see Saturn? You can spot it in the sky tonight, thanks to a rare celestial event.

From TheJournal.ie Don't miss: Tomorrow's the last full moon of 2012 Look Up

Don't miss: Tomorrow's the last full moon of 2012

It’s called an oak moon, don’t you know.

From TheJournal.ie Look out for a celestial spectacle in the skies tonight Look To The Skies

Look out for a celestial spectacle in the skies tonight

The Moon and Jupiter will line up spectacularly close together tonight, Astronomy Ireland has said.

Hark! Is that the Christmas Star in the sky?! Em, maybe not...

Have you spotted that extremely bright star glowing in the sky at night these past few weeks? Unfortunately, it’s not the Christmas Star. But Astronomy Ireland knows what it is…

From TheJournal.ie Watch the skies for aurora borealis and shooting stars SKIES

Watch the skies for aurora borealis and shooting stars

Increased solar activity means visual treats for star-gazers, with meteor showers and even aurorae visible from Ireland.