Why was it called the Super Blood Wolf Moon? Simple (well, kind of):
1. A super moon occurs when the full moon is at its closest point to Earth. This means it appears bigger and brighter than usual.
2. It's called a "blood moon" because, from Earth, the moon appears blood red as it passes into Earth's shadow.
3. The most widely used name for January's moon is the "wolf moon."
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Many viewers and members of the Action News family did not miss the opportunity to capture a photo (or several) of the total lunar eclipse.