Super Blood Blue Moon


Early risers got an eyeful of moon this morning, as a Super-Blue-Blood Moon glowed in the western sky.   The lunar eclipse began at 4:50 a.m., with totality at 6:50 a.m.  

It's not just any lunar eclipse, it's being called a Super Blue Blood Moon.  That's the combination of a couple of things:  A blue moon is when there are two full moons a month; a super moon is when the moon makes is closest approach to the earth; and a blood moon is the red tint the earth's shadow gives the moon during a lunar eclipse.


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