Jan 31st SUPER blue blood moon

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    A SUPER blue blood moon will rise tomorrow in what NASA has dubbed a ‘lunar trifecta’.

    A Blue Moon combined with a Supermoon (when the Moon is at its closest point to Earth and appears to be 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than normal) the rare phenomena is called a Super Blue Blood Moon happens. Supermoons generally only occur once every 14 months and will not happen again until January 2019.

    The last time all of these events occurred simultaneously in the Western hemisphere was 1866.


    [color=teal][size=5][b]^^^ +3 and it is THREE MOONS in one: Super, Blue, and Blood moons (last one was 150 ago) and did catch a few glimpses thru clouds & hope to see more of the lunar eclipse as it develops further …. BRRRR as it’s only 20F outside on top of the hill 8)



    WOW – was able to view from inside our home … and it was neat to go from an eirie MOONSET to beautiful SUNSET almost at same time — with earth being in middle for any of “flat earth society” out there 😉

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