January 31st marked a “Super Blue Blood Moon.” Were you ready?
What does that mean? A “blue” moon is a second full moon within the same month. (There are actually two in 2018: Jan & March.) A “super” moon means the moon appears much larger (sometimes 30%) and very close. A “blood” moon is a total lunar eclipse. More info.
I hope you didn’t miss this one. The next time a blue moon will coincide with a total lunar eclipse will be Dec. 31, 2028. The above pictures were from a Super Blood moon in 2013.
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