We did! It was pretty awesome too. Lisa, John and I kept running out to the back parking lot watch as much of this rare event as we could, cause we're a bit geeky like that.

The Super Blood Blue Moon has made its first appearance since 1866, doing the math that would be 152 years, or 1064 dog years. Unfortunately, it happened while we were on the air this morning starting around 5:48 AM. So, between breaks on the radio with you we were lucky enough to watch it between the trees and apartment buildings next to our station until it winked out completely at 6:51 am. We were on our tippy toes during that part so we didn't get to see any of the back-side of the eclipse. Oh well, we got to witness the good parts.

The video below is what we saw from the parking lot, below that is the time lapse video from the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, CA.

Enjoy!