Rare Super Blood Moon

So what can we do on the coldest night so far of the year? Well if you were lucky and waited a bit for the clouds to clear on Jan. 20th you would been treated to the Super Wolf Blood Moon. You have the same look about you that most of my third graders have when I use proper nouns, let me break it down for you.

A Super Moon happens when a full moon is at its closest point to the Earth in relation to other full moons. Super Moons usually look bigger and the tides are a bit higher. The Wolf Moon is Januaries moon.

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