You may be wondering what exactly a "super blue blood moon eclipse"'s a lot of terms smashed into one, a triumvirate of occurrences that are all happening at once, something that hasn't happened since March 31, 1866.

Here's the breakdown of terminology, courtesy of AccuWeather.

Much like this past summer's Solar Eclipse, those of us in New Jersey won't get the full effect, instead having to settle for a partial eclipse.

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No need for fancy glasses for this eclipse, just set up a tripod for your camera and get some incredible photos! If you can't get outside for this eclipse, you won't have to wait long for the next one - on January 20, 2019, an eclipse will be visible across all of North America.

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