Have you ever seen the supermoon, the blue moon and a lunar eclipse at the same time? No? No wonder, because the inhabitants of the UK could not see it since 1866. But, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the British will be able to observe these phenomena on the night of January 31st.
The blue moon means that in January 2018 there will be as many as two full moons. The first was already observed on January 2nd, and the next is expected on January 31st. It is interesting that the blue moon will coincide with the supermoon (the maximum approach of the Moon to the Earth), that is, the lunar disk will be larger and brighter than usual, which will only enhance the impressions of the observers.
If someone think that it is not enough, you should know: this year there will be not simply the supermoon, and the supermoon with a total eclipse. Because of the Rayleigh diffusion, the moon will acquire a reddish hue (more precisely, a deep orange), and therefore it will be called bloody.