Super Blood Wolf Moon

The eclipse, which occurred January 20th lasted around an hour, coincided with a “Supermoon”– a full moon that takes place when the lunar body is closest to Earth. The term “Blood Moon” refers to a reddish color that can appear during a total eclipse, due to the bending of sunlight from Earth’s atmosphere. And the ‘Wolf Moon’ is what January’s full moon is traditionally called.

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