BACKGROUND:People all across North America and Europe were treated to a rare celestial show Jan. 20-21.
British Columbians looked to the skies Sunday night to see the super blood wolf moon, a phenomenon that will happen only three times in the 21st century.
A super moon happens every time a full moon hits at the closest point in the moon’s orbit, while a wolf moon refers to all January full moons. The ‘super blood wolf moon’ name refers to “wolves howling out of hunger,” and comes from Indigenous cultures.
Skies over Terrace were cloudy Sunday night, but were you able to catch a glimpse?