Last night, millions of people looked up from their streaming video service to catch a glimpse of the supermoon. And the supermoon decided to take it to the next level this year, by taking place during a lunar eclipse—a SuperBloodMoon.

The supermoon takes place when the moon's elliptical orbit is closest to the earth (this is also called the lunar perigee). Then there was this full lunar eclipse, making the 2015 SuperBloodMoon pretty pretty rare—as the AP says, "hasn't been seen since 1982 and won't happen again until 2033."

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