Super Blue Blood Moon Kent
A Super Blue Blood Moon occurs when a rare combination of a supermoon with a blue moon can be seen around the world. A blue moon is the name given to the second full moon of the month and a supermoon is when the moon appears larger and brighter because it is closer than normal to the earth. The “Blood” moon only occurs when a total eclipse causes a reddish hue but can only be seen during the UK daylight hours so sadly we cannot see it. The next UK solar eclipse is on the 27th July 2018.