'Super Blue Blood Moon' Will Be Visible For The First Time In More Than 150 Years
At the end of the month (on January 31, to be exact), we will have a unique opportunity to witness a magical phenomenon, 'Super Blue Blood Moon' eclipse. Although it doesn’t have any special cosmic importance, a spectacular and impressive view in the sky is really worth staying up till early morning. This day, the usually grayish-whiteish satellite will become ruddy brown, ochre, or red. So, if you are a resident of North America, Oceania, East and Central Asia, or the Pacific, you are lucky to see the full show.