By Glynn Harris

If you gazed skyward this past Sunday night, you were treated to a rare phenomenon. Not only did you get to see a Super Blood Wolf moon, the bright orb also experienced a total lunar eclipse. 

It was “super” because of its closeness to Earth in its elliptical orbit. It’s a “blood” moon when in eclipse the moon appears reddish in color.

Wolf moon? It’s the first full moon of the year and Native Americans and colonial Europeans gave January’s full moon that name because it


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