Skygazers are in for a super treat this weekend with the possibility of seeing a swollen supermoon.    

What exactly is a "super blood moon?" According to Newsweek, Sunday's full moon will appear larger, redder and brighter. The moon will also be at it’s closest point to the Earth. The moon will also be going through a lunar eclipse. Combine the two together and you have a Super Blood Moon for 2015.

The next chance you'll have to gaze at a Super Blood Moon will be in the year 2033. The Super Blood Moon will be visible in South Jersey on Sunday evening and according to should only last for a little over an hour.

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