Tonight, Channel islanders will hopefully be able to see Super Blue Moon and, depending on when the showers clear, the moon rises around 5pm, but you might ave to wait a couple of hours to see it at its best!
So, what does Super Blue moon mean to us?
In addition - and the first time since 1866 - a supermoon, blue moon, and total lunar eclipse will coincide. Sadly we wont see the lunar eclipse, but people from Moscow, via Sydney, to Washington DC will see a super blue blood moon.
The "blood part" (the red tint to the moon) is when the earth’s shadow casts on the moon during a lunar eclipse - the last time this happened was 152 years ago.
And the next time? Well, you'll have to wait until 2037 to see a super blue blood moon again!