It was a spectacular sight over B.C. Wednesday but only if you were up early enough to see it.
A super blue blood moon, which included a total lunar eclipse, was visible early Wednesday morning creating a stunning display.
This hasn’t occurred in 35 years.
Some areas of B.C. could not see it due to the cloud cover but others had a clear view of the rare sight.
According to NASA, the next lunar eclipse in North America won’t be until Jan. 21, 2019, which also happens to be a supermoon.
— With files from Adam Frisk