On August 28, 2007, the Moon took on various orange tones during the lunar eclipse seen from Mexico City. At this moment, the lunar disk takes on a colorful look, changing from bright orange to blood red and dark brown. On January 31, 2018, for the first time since 1982, the events of a super moon, a blue moon and a lunar eclipse will coincide
This week, the earth satellite will delight us with colorful events. January 31, most of the planet will be admired not only by the blue and super-moon, but also by the total lunar eclipse. The last time the “triple attack” satellite fell on 1982. Next time you have to wait until 2037.
The best overview will go to residents of the western United States and Canada, as well as Asia. Blue Moon - the second full moon in the month. Super Moon - approximate full or new. Total lunar eclipse (bloody) - the satellite is completely immersed in the earth's shadow.