Michiana misses rare super blood moon

Ind. & Mich. -- Michigan and Indiana areas were unable to see the rare “super blood moon” lunar eclipse that occurred on Sunday.

According to NASA, the phenomenon occurs due to various dust particles rearranging blue and green light, leaving a dark red hue.

Sunday’s blood moon started late in the night and early into Monday morning, lasting for a total of 84 minutes.

Though the eclipse was not visible in several parts of the country, experts predict the next time the blood moon would appear is in June of 2029.

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