On Wednesday, the super moon, blue moon and lunar eclipse will coincide for the first time in 152 years, causing the moon to shine big, bright and somewhat red in an event known as the Super Blue Blood Moon.
The full lunar eclipse will be visible to stargazers in the western United States, but those in the East can view a partial eclipse. To see the full eclipse, watch live streaming of the event by NASA at https://www.nasa.gov/ from 4:30 a.m. Central time on Wednesday.
Want to know more? The attached color graphic, created by Heather Bremer of the Anderson, Ind., Herald Bulletin – a sister newspaper of the Clinton Herald – gives insight into this rare lunar event.