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NASA is live-streaming Wednesday morning's Super Blue Blood Moon. Watch it here.

On Wednesday morning, most Americans who live west of Kentucky will be able to see a rare trifecta of lunar treats dubbed the Super Blue Blood Moon. The last time a supermoon happened to be a blue moon — the second full moon in a month — during a total lunar eclipse (the "blood" part refers the the moon's red tint during an eclipse) was 150 years ago. You can see here when the lunar triple play hits your area, but if you live in or east of Kentucky, it's cloudy, or you just don't want to get out of bed, NASA is live-streaming the Super Blue Blood Moon from 5:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. ET. You can watch at the NASA TV site or below. Peter Weber