For the first time in decades, a swollen ?super moon? bathed in the blood-red light of a total eclipse was visible in central Kansas as well as much of the Americas, Europe, Africa, west Asia and the east Pacific. It was the result of the sun, Earth and a larger-than-life, extra-bright moon lining up for just over an hour. The last super moon and lunar eclipse combination occurred in 1982 and the next won?t happen until 2033. The large photo at left was taken by Rodger Nugent in the Newton vicinity and the smaller photo was taken by Wendy Nugent near Marquette.