A Super Moon that's Blue and well Bloody too!! All three terms will surely apply to Lunar Eclipse happening on January 31, 2018
A Blue Moon
is when two full moons happen in the same calendar month;
occur when the moon passes into Earth's shadow;
is named when the moon's perigee — its closest approach to Earth in a single orbit — coincides with a full moon.
In this case, the Super Moon also happens to be the day of the lunar eclipse.
Lastly the term Blood Moon
is essentially applied to lunar eclipses when faint red sunbeams peek out around the edges of the moon and the moon takes on its characteristic blood-red color as it enters totality.
Watching the Super Blue Blood Moon
If you live in North America, Alaska, or Hawaii, the eclipse will be visible before sunrise on Jan. 31. For those in the Middle East, Asia, eastern Russia, Australia and New Zealand, the “super blue blood moon” can be seen during moonrise in the evening of the 31st.
Beginning at 5:30 a.m. EST on Jan. 31, a live feed of the Moon will be offered on NASA TV
“For the (continental) U.S., the viewing will be best in the West,” said Gordon Johnston, program executive and lunar blogger at NASA Headquarters in Washington. “Set your alarm early and go out and take a look.”
Below is image from NASA: