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A cosmic event not seen in 36 years – a rare "super blood blue moon" – may be glimpsed Jan. 31 in parts of western North America, Asia, the Middle East, Russia and Australia. The event is causing a buzz because it combines three unusual lunar events – an extra big super moon, a blue moon and a total lunar eclipse. A blue moon refers to the second full moon in a month.This point, called the perigee, makes the moon appear 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter.Lunar eclipses during a supermoon happen rather regularly.
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