Those who woke early enough were rewarded with a lunar eclipse and supermoon on Jan. 31.
A super moon. A blue moon. A lunar eclipse. This lunar trifecta on Wed., Jan. 31, is the first of its kind in 35 years and will not occur again until 2037. (Jan. 30)
Around the world, people woke up early or stayed up late to take in the cosmic coincidence of a blue moon, a supermoon and a lunar eclipse.
A total lunar eclipse, or blood moon, is happening early in the morning on Wednesday. The eclipse will coincide with a slightly larger full moon (a "supermoon") and the second full moon in a month (a "blue moon"). The US East Coast ...
For the first time in more than 150 years in the U.S., a total lunar eclipse coincided with a blue moon and supermoon. See the time-lapsed lunar trifecta.