January will bring two supermoons, a blue moon, and a total lunar eclipse

Jannuary 1: a super blood moon. January 31: a Blue Moon and a lunar eclipse.

Visible supermoons—full moons that appear when the moon is at its closest orbital point to Earth—aren’t very rare. Having three in a row certainly is.

And that’s exactly what astronomy fans are being treated to this winter.

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