NWA Democrat-Gazette/FLIP PUTTHOFF
The shadow of Earth makes its way across the face of a super moon, seen east of Rogers in January. The eclipse was a trifecta of sorts. The full moon was a blue moon because it was the second full moon in a month. It was a super moon because it is at its closest point to Earth during its orbit. The lunar eclipse gave the moon a reddish tint, called a blood moon. The conditions last aligned in 1866.
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