It is not possible to have a full moon in February as it has 28 days and 29 days during a leap year.
People in the US, Canada, Africa, Europe and much of Asia and Western Australia will get to experience the phenomenon while those in central and eastern parts will miss it.
Black Moon on 19 August: Invisible fourth 'New Moon' in Northern Hemisphere appears due to calendar quirk
A second full moon in a single calendar month is a Blue Moon, and the flip side of this phenomenon, a Black Moon.
A black moon is a name given to the second new moon that takes place in one month.
Even with all the progress we've made in space exploration, something's always taking us back to our natural satellite.
The first of Blue Origin's tech in Bezos's multi-generational plan to ease humanity into space could be tested this year.
His vision is shared by Elon Musk's SpaceX and aerospace incumbents like United Launch Alliance.
The eclipse, which will last one hour and 43 minutes, will also feature a "blood moon"
Super Blue Blood Moon 2018: This will be a rare trifecta of the Blue Moon, Supermoon and a lunar eclipse
The last time a complete lunar cover-up took place on the second full Moon of the month was 30 December 1982, at least as reckoned by local time in Europe, Africa, and western Asia
Blue Moon 2018: All you need to know about the eclipse; when, where and how to watch the lunar trilogy in India
For all those who are interested in watching the lunar trilogy can do so, by watching the livestream on NASA
Thiruvananthapuram prepares for a lunar trilogy; to witness lunar eclipse, Supermoon and Blue Moon on 31 January
Since the lunar event is expected to happen when light is scattered on the Earth, the moon may appear reddish or orangish.
Supermoon and blue moon may appear as words out of a Harry Potter fantasy, but they are simple astronomical phenomena.
The December Supermoon was just the first of a trilogy, there are two more coming up on 1 and 31 January
A supermoon is a Full Moon when it is also at its closest point to the Earth on its orbit.
Realty firm Lodha has planned an investment of over Rs 5,000 crore for developing residential and commercial real estate on the 17 acre land in the plush area of Worli in south Mumbai, which it bought from DLF last year.<br /><br />
Lodha's aggressive IPO strategy for a premium residential project at prices that appear to be 40-45 percent lower than the ticket prices of other such apartments in Parel and Worli is likely to get a positive response from end-users.