Super blood moon on the rise

From Morning Report, 7:57 am on 31 January 2018

Two lunar events will coincide for the first time in more than 150 years tonight with a super moon and lunar eclipse occuring simultaneously. While most of the world will be able to call the event a super blue blood moon, New Zealand and other Pacific time zones miss out on the blue moon qualifier because of the event's falling on February 1. Claire Bretherton of the Carter Observatory in Wellington tells Susie Ferguson it's worth staying up to watch.