Make plans with the family to check this out--a super blue blood moon and lunar eclipse takes place tonight.
NASA claims this rare celestial trifecta can best be seen in California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona and parts of Nevada starting around 3:45 Wednesday morning.
The super blue blood moon will peaking around 5 am.
NASA is calling it a "Super Blue Blood Moon" because it's a supermoon, a blue moon and a blood moon all wrapped up into one package.
A supermoon happens when the moon is at its closest point to Earth.
A blue moon is the second full moon in the same month.
And a blood moon describes the eerie orange glow during a total lunar eclipse.
All three at the same time hasn't happened for observers in the Western Hemisphere since 1866, 152 years ago.