MELBOURNE, Australia (CNN) - There was a "Super Blue Blood Moon" in the sky Wednesday in Australia, and one viewer was able to capture a timelapse of the event.
This full moon is unique in three ways. First off, it's the third in a series of "Supermoons" when the moon gets closer to the Earth. It's the second full moon of the month, commonly known as a "Blue Moon". And, it's also about 14% brighter than it is on a regular day.
Nasa is broadcasting views from numerous points of telescopes at its centers in Edwards, California, Los Angeles and the University of Arizona.