See What Last Night's Super Blue Blood Moon Looked Like From All Parts of the World
Last night, Earth was treated to a very special sky spectacular, a Super Blue Blood Moon. It was caused by three lunar phenomena happening at once: a super moon, blue moon, and total lunar eclipse all becoming visible at the same time. FYI: a super moon is when the moon is at it's closest point to the Earth, a blue moon is a fancy name for the full moon that occurs twice a month, and a lunar eclipse is when the moon is totally blocked from the sun by the Earth's shadow.
It was the first time in 150 years since the world has seen a super blue blood moon — though Australia was lucky enough to see a total lunar eclipse on a blue moon just over 35 years ago — and the results were astounding.
Read on to see the moon from all over the world, think of it as a peace offering from Mother Nature to anyone who had a pesky cloud blocking their IRL view.