Photo: Super Blue Blood Moon

Did you miss the Super Blue Blood Moon that happened on January 31st?  Then check out this incredible image of the event by Wayne Suggs Photography! But what is a Super Blue Blood Moon anyway?  Well a Blue Moon is when we have 2 full moons in one month. A Super Moon is when the Moon is at its closest point to Earth and appears to be 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than normal. A Blood Moon occurs because the Earth is passing between the Moon and the Sun (lunar eclipse) which gives the Moon a reddish tint to it. The last time all of these events occurred simultaneously in the North America was 1866!