Did you catch the Super Moon over New Jersey last night?
Wednesday morning we experienced a "super moon," because it’s on usually close to the earth. It was also a blue moon because it was the second full moon of this calendar month. It also happened to be a blood moon or a red moon because of the lunar eclipse which also occurred today.
If you were fortunate enough to be up around 6:20 Wednesday morning you would’ve seen the images like these. This trifecta will not happen again for another 20 years. The shots were taken down the shore.
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