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Supermoon

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Look up or you may just miss history!

Millions of Americans are stepping outside Sunday night in hopes of capturing the "supermoon" lunar eclipse.

The rare phenomenon, which hasn't happened in 33 years and won't occur again until 2033, will take place over a four-hour period and feature several stages. The darkened moon is expected to appear red during the middle of the event.

As space buffs and curious onlookers alike follow the light, we're taking a look at the best reactions on social media. From the DGAF tweets and hilarious memes, to stunning photos and sheer enthusiasm, there is something for everyone.

Take a look before it gets too late and you tell yourself: Not another picture of the moon!