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The second supermoon of January will occur on Jan. 30 and 31. The moon will reach perigee at 4:54 a.m. EST (0954 GMT) on Jan. 30, at a distance of 223,069 miles (358,995 km) from Earth, according to EarthSky.org. Then, on Jan. 31, the moon reaches its full phase at 8:27 a.m. EST (1327 GMT) coincides with a total lunar eclipse. NASA has billed the Jan. 31 moon a "super blue blood moon" despite the gap between the moon's arrival at perigee and its peak full phase.
originally posted by: midnightstar
well NASA says 7.30 pm start so I am going with that as the Miami page said 7.30 am mite as well iggy that time
originally posted by: LightSpeedDriver
According to the site, I believe this linked pdf will tell you what you need to know. Happy viewing!