If the newly completed Gateway of the Moon has gotten you excited about Moon watching, you are in for a treat. January 31 brings three phenomena: a super moon (brighter than usual due to it’s proximity to earth in its orbit), “blue” because it’s the second full moon in a solar month, and “red” because it appears red due to a full lunar eclipse that will be especially visible in the US West Coast, Alaska and Hawaii. Learn more about this event and when to watch the sky at Nasa.gov.