A “super blue blood moon” will be appear on January 31st for the first time in 150 years. It’s the third in a string of recent “supermoons,” when the moon is closer to the Earth in its orbit and appears about 14% brighter. It is also a "blue moon," which is the second full moon that happens in the same calendar month. The month's first moon happened on January 1st. It all coincides with a total lunar eclipse, which is called a "blood moon" when the moon is in the Earth's shadow and takes on a reddish tint. The last "Blue Blood Moon" was recorded March 31, 1866. According to NASA, people living in North America, Alaska, or Hawaii, the eclipse will be visible before sunrise on the 31st.