Unlike the supermoon event, lunar eclipse occur every three years or less or an average of three to four times in the span of a decade.
Astronomy Ireland has described it as "perhaps the biggest event in the sky of this decade for Ireland".
The Moon appeared to be more of a copper color than reddish tone, however.
Through the ages, so-called "blood moons" have been viewed as ill omens by superstitious people. The next time it will happen is in 2033.
It has been only the fifth super blood moon recorded since 1900.
Although Indians could enjoy the "Supermoon" but they are going to miss a total lunar eclipse since the totality of the eclipse will start after 7 am tomorrow.
What is a lunar eclipse? Meanwhile, the reddish portion of the spectrum is least affected, which is why we see more red colors with sunsets, sunrise, eclipses, etc.
People witnessed the Supermoon in the eclipse, which made the Moon appear red in North America, South America, West Africa and Western Europe parts of the world.
Unusually, our planet was in a position in a straight line between the Moon and the Sun, blotting out the direct sunlight that normally makes our satellite glow whitish-yellow.
Meanwhile the Moon was also at its closest point to Earth, known as the perigee, in which our largest natural satellite can appear up to 14 percent larger than normal.
The spectacle began to unfold from 1.10am, with the "total" phase - when the moon is completely in shadow - lasting from 3.11am to 4.24am.