Late September’s full moon will be unique. It will begin as a supermoon and will be the brightest full moon of 2015. Then it will become a blood moon (and often called a sign of end times) and will be the dimmest of the year.
Some believe that these exceptional lunar events are signs of high tides, earthquakes, and other natural disasters.
Early in the morning on September 28th, the Moon will be slightly closer to the Earth, leading to what’s known as a supermoon. It will be extra bright, particularly around 2am. But then, the moon will start to disappear.
Beginning at about 3am, a lunar eclipse will begin, leaving the moon a sickly red color. By 4:30am, the eclipse will be over.