The moon put on a rare cosmic show Wednesday. NASA called it a lunar trifecta: the first super blue blood moon since 1982. That combination won't happen again until 2037.
The second full moon in a calendar month is a blue moon. This one also happened to be an especially close and bright moon, or supermoon. Add a total eclipse, known as a blood moon for its red tint, and it's a lunar showstopper. Here are some of the best views from around the globe: