A total lunar eclipse occurred on 21 January 2019. For observers in the Americas, the eclipse took place between the evening of Sunday, January 20 and the early morning hours of Monday, January 21. 

As this supermoon was also a wolf moon (the first full moon in a calendar year), it was referred to as a "super blood wolf moon"; "blood" refers to the typical red color of the Moon during a total lunar eclipse.

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