December 27, 2015 -

Big Tex appears to be balancing the Super Blood Moon on his fingertips during a lunar eclipse, Sunday evening, September 27, 2015 during the State Fair of Texas at Fair Park in Dallas. A super moon is a full moon that occurs while the moon is a the closet point of it’s orbit around the Earth. A solar eclipse occurs when the Earth passes between the sun and moon. When the moon enters the umbra or darker inner shadow, the total eclipse begins and the moon appears reddish orange. (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News)