The world is witnessing a rare and a spectacular view of ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ on Wednesday, after a gap of 152 years. The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD chief Dr Ghulam Rasul had said this would be a historical moment because it was a coincidence when blue moon, red moon and full lunar eclipse will take place at the same time and on the same date and this moon was last time seen in 1866. Local media reported.

Photo Mian Khursheed