January 31st we will be able to see the "Super Blue Blood Moon".

Ricardo Reitmeyerr

For the first time in 35 years, we will get "Super Mooned". According to ABC 7 there will be a total lunar eclipse on January 31st.  So what the heck is that?

This is three different things happening at the same time that causes a "Super Blue Blood Moon". The result of this is a very bright, very large super moon that will be 14% more visible.

NASA says this very rare phenomenon will be visable before sunrise on January 31st.