Burley Packwood of Green Valley took this photo fo the “super blue blood moon” early Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018, from his backyard. It’s a combination of a “supermoon” (a closer than “normal” moon by almost 20,000 miles), a “blue moon” (the second full moon in a month), and a total lunar eclipse (sometimes called a “blood moon” due to its reddish color). A total lunar eclipse occurs when the moon is completely covered by the Earth’s shadow. The last triple lineup like this occurred in 1982, and the next one won’t occur until 2037. At the time of Wednesday’s event, the moon was just over 223,000 miles from Earth. Totality lasted more than an hour.