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To get a good look at the supermoon and total lunar eclipse Sunday evening, find a dark place to watch.

If you don’t know where to go, the Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority can lead the way. The agency is hosting free night hikes Sunday in Malibu, Beverly Hills,  West Hills and even downtown Los Angeles to see what’s also called the blood moon eclipse.