Did you get a chance to see the moon just before sunrise Wednesday morning? If so, you get to see a handful of uncommon events lining up in one day to make for a very rare astronomical occurrence.
Wednesday morning’s full moon was called a “Super Blue Blood Moon.” Local astronomer Ernie Poani says multiple events lined up in one day to make for a sight to see.
Poani says the events all lining up at once is a rare occurrence.
The last “Super Blue Blood Moon” occurred in North America in 1866.