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Californians capture the super blue blood moon

On January 31, 2018, Southern California got a good look at the super blue blood moon, something that hasn't happened since 1982. This was the second full moon in a calendar month (a blue moon) and a close and bright moon (supermoon). The addition
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On January 31, 2018, Southern California got a good look at the super blue blood moon, something that hasn't happened since 1982. This was the second full moon in a calendar month (a blue moon) and a close and bright moon (supermoon). The addition

Sacramento Valley fog played peekaboo with the first super blue blood moon in 35 years.

There was still a cosmic show to catch early Wednesday morning despite the patchy fog. And if you missed it, NASA livestreamed the event (video is attached).

The second full moon in a calendar month is a blue moon. This one also happens to be an especially close and bright moon, or supermoon. The addition of a total eclipse is known as a blood moon for its red tint.

NASA is calling it a lunar trifecta: the first of its kind since 1982. The combination won't happen again until 2037.

NASA livestreamed a “lunar trifecta” event on January 31, dubbing it a “super blue blood moon.” According to NASA, the full moon on January 31 was “special for three reasons”. Firstly, it was the third in a series of “supermoons,” when the moon is

A supermoon was seen rising behind the Bank of America Corporate Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Tuesday, January 30. This timelapse video was captured by Drew Carlisle. He told Storyful he filmed the event over a period of 16 minutes. In

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