Here’s How the Super Blue Blood Moon Looked in Bozeman
If you didn't get up early to see the Super Blue Blood Moon this morning in the Bozeman area, here's what it looked like. Not sure when it's going to happen again, but this event hasn't happened since 1866.
It's called the Super Blue Blood Moon because:
- Super means it's closer to the earth and appeared larger
- Blue meant it was the second full mooon of the month
- Blood since the moon appeared red because of the eclipse
- Moon . . . well, that's pretty self-explanatory
Thank you to Brenda Boyer Photography & Design for the picture of the moon!