PASSAIC COUNTY, N.J. -- Look up in the sky for a rare celestial event that will create a red moon to be seen over Passaic County on Sept. 27.
It's been more than 30 years since this phenomena of a supermoon and a lunar eclipse coinciding. It won't be seen again until 2033, according to MSN News.
A supermoon appears when a full moon moves into a certain point in Earth's orbit, causing it to appear larger and brighter. A lunar eclipse is when the moon passes behind Earth and into its shadow. Click here to read the full article.
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