Early Wednesday, Montanans were able to witness the first super blue blood moon since 1982. That combination won't happen again until 2037.

NASA called it a lunar trifecta. The second full moon in a month is a blue moon. This one also happened during a supermoon, or an especially close and bright moon. Add a total eclipse, known as a blood moon due to its red tint, and it's a lunar showstopper. 

While clouds blocked some of the lunar events over Montana, these photographers were still able to capture some spectacular images.