The super eclipse of blue blood moon is super great:
For the first time in more than 150 years in the United States. UU., A total lunar eclipse coincided with a blue moon and a supermoon. See the lunar trifecta with elapsed time.
What looked like a red fireball appeared in the sky early Wednesday morning. The rare blue blood moon was the combination of a supermoon, a blue moon, and a total lunar eclipse.
It was a big problem, considering it was the first lunar trifecta visible from the United States since 1866.
The blue moon refers to the second full moon in a single calendar month. The supermoon is when the full moon is at its closest point into orbit of the Earth. The total lunar eclipse must be grateful for this red color, a blood moon.
Here are some rare sight images:
The Statue of Liberty made an epic cameo in lunar images of blue blood in New York.
The super blue blood moon is eclipsed as it sets at sunrise next to the Statue of Liberty in New York City this morning. #newyork #newyorkcity#nyc @nyc @agreatbigcity #LunarEclipse #SuperBlueBloodMoon @statueellisnps pic.twitter.com/IhqBCpcBjb
— Gary Hershorn (@GaryHershorn) January 31, 2018
The moon was also seen on the Empire State Building.
— Max Guliani (@maximusupinNYc) January 31, 2018
Here is the view of Orlando.
— Red Huber (@RedHuber) January 31, 2018
Another photographer in Florida captured the view of Clearwater Beach.
— jim damaske (@DamaskeJim) January 31, 2018
In Los Angeles, you can see a plane flying through the moon.
The January 31 full moon will combine three rare lunar events for the first time in 150 years.