(Carl Recine/Reuters)If you live on the west coast, you're in for a rare treat in the wee hours of Jan. 31: a "blue moon" lunar eclipse.
So, some people are calling the coming lunar display a "super Blue Blood Moon."
The light of all the sunsets and sunrises occurring simultaneously is reflected off the moon, making it seem red.
A combination of photos show the moon turning a reddish colour during an eclipse in Brussels, Belgium, in 2015.
If you're up for it, you can also always try photographing the moon during the partial eclipse, but for those in Winnipeg and farther east, you'll need to be somewhere high up with an unrestricted view of the horizon.
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