The expected, rare supermoon lunar eclipse, also known as a 'blood moon' is currently taking place and being seen in different parts of the world.
Sept. 27, 2015, the date the rare lunar eclipse was set to take place had everyone thinking the end of times to other far fetched theories, as you can imagine.
Wondering what is a Supermoon Lunar Eclipse, well it's called a Supermoon because it is one that appears the biggest and brightest when the moon turns a deep rusty red, due to scattered sunlight caused by the Earth's atmosphere.
Wondering where you can see it if you can't catch it with your own eyes?
Watch the Supermoon Lunar Eclipse aka 'Blood Moon,' livestream above, while it lasts.