- Skywatchers across the Philippines on Thursday went outdoors to observe the rare occurrence of a supermoon, blue moon, and a blood moon in one night
- Just as the moon was rising, Mayon rumbled as it continues its activity
- The rare phenomenon last happened in 1886
Moon watchers went out of their houses and offices to witness a very rare celestial occurrence.
Super Moon, Blue Moon and Blood Moon developing all in one night.
The once-in-a-lifetime lunar event features a Super Moon, when the moon gets closest to Earth; a Blue Moon as it is the second full moon of the month; and a Blood Moon, which usually occurs during a total lunar eclipse when its color turns red or copper.
As expected, the online community in the Philippines shared their snaps of their super blue moon experience through their social media accounts.
Despite the recent activity of Mayon Volcano, residents of Camalig and Daraga in Albay were able to have a glimpse of the Super Blue Blood Moon.
The clouds who tried to cover the moon did not succeed in diminishing its beauty as Mayon spews lava.
Here are some of the splendid view of Mayon and the Super Blue Blood Moon.
According to a report by GMA News, the Super Blue Blood Moon started to be seen at 5:42 p.m.
This spectacular view is also visible in western South America, North America, Asia, Australia, the Middle East, eastern Africa, eastern Europe, the Pacific Ocean, and the Indian Ocean.
Records from PAGASA showed that the rare phenomenon last happened in 1886.
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