You may want to look up early Wednesday morning. You just might see a rare celestial event known as a “Super Blue Blood Moon.”
A blue moon, total lunar eclipse and supermoon will all take place on the same day. The last time this rare event took place was over 150 years ago.
NASA says the West Coast will get the best view of the moon on Wednesday, but the entire U.S. will get at least a partial look. NASA suggests residents in the eastern time zone should head outside about 6:45 a.m. and look to the west- opposite from where the Sun will rise.