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But around 600-700 people were apparently laid off after a combination of good weather and clean-up efforts while the festival was taking place meant that there was not as much rubbish left after the event.
While some of the event will be visible to everyone, only select parts of the world will get to see the full collision of three events.
The lunar eclipse will be fully visible only to people in the east of Asia and the west of the US, though more of the world will get to see some of it.
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“This is something the litter pickers - many of whom return year after year - are made aware of in their worker agreements (which assure them of a minimum of eight hours’ work).
"This year was an unusually dry one for Glastonbury.
What's more, everybody – or, more accurately, nobody – will get to see the blue moon, because there's not actually anything to see.
The phrase refers to the phenomenon when there's two full moons in one month, and so whenever you look up you'll be seeing the blue moon, but there won't actually be anything to see.
To work out what time that is where you are, just subtract or add your normal timezone from the London time.
In New York, for instance, it will begin around 6am because its timezone is -5; in Sydney, everything will kick off at about 10pm, because it is in the 11 timezone.