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This morning, January 31, 2018, from 5:51am until 7:04am, here in South Florida, we can see the rare event of the Super Blue Blood Moon.
The last time this happened was 150 years ago.
I couldn’t pass up the chance to capture this amazing event. I woke up early to head to my spot to take photos throughout the hour it was happening.
Super Blue Blood Moon breakdown:
super moon – When the moon is at its closest point to Earth
blue moon – Second full moon in a month
blood moon – The Earth’s shadow casts on the moon during a lunar eclipse causing a red tint
Here is an airplane flying right in front of the moon.
Starting to fade away.