Tonight (31/1) the world will be subject to not just one but three uncommon events: a lunar eclipse, a big super-moon, and a blue moon. Individually the three aren’t entirely rare, but they haven’t happened together for decades.
While some of the event will be visible to everyone, only select parts of the world will get to see the full collision of three events. The lunar eclipse will be fully visible only to people in the east of Asia and the west of the US, though more of the world will get to see some of it.
More info. maps and times on the article from The Independent