How did the blue bloody super moon look from different countries?
On the night of January 31, February 1, three astronomical phenomena coincided at once: a total eclipse, a superlunar (maximum satellite approaching the Earth) and a “blue moon” (the second full moon for the month is called so). Separately, these events occur quite often, but the last time was for one night on May 31, 1844 (albeit, the next time it will not happen so soon - January 31, 2037).
The supermoon was called “bloody” because this night the moon cast red. It could be observed in different parts of the Earth - the inhabitants of the Russian Far East, Asia, Australia and the west coast of the USA were most fortunate.