Just what is a Super Blue Moon? A blue moon, a supermoon and a lunar eclipse will all fall on the same night at the end of January and it's an event that hasn't happened in over 150 years. The action will occur very early in the morning and most of the western half of the country will see the changes in the moon right around daybreak. The eastern half of the US and Canada will only see a partial eclipse around daybreak.

According to AccuWeather what you'll see on January 31st.

A Blood moon - The name given to the moon during a total lunar eclipse when the moon appears red in color.

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A Supermoon - A full moon that appears larger and brighter than a typical full moon.

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A Blue moon - The name given to the second full moon in a calendar month, A blue moon does not appear the color blue.

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