Residents across southeast Louisiana grabbed their cameras to snap photos of a special sight: a rare combination of supermoon, a blue moon and partial lunar eclipse.

While none of these is extremely rare on its own, all three events have not happened at the same time in North America in more than 150 years - since March 31, 1866.

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