In trending news this morning, California twins were born in different years, plus 2018 sees it's first supermoon, and cold weather prompts fun freezing experiments.
First up, newborn twins in Bakersfield, California have different birthdays! One was born on December 31st, 2017, the other on new year's day. Maria Rios was originally due on January 27th. Then had a C-section scheduled for January 10th.
But the babies had their own plans! At 11:58 pm December 31st -- just two minutes before the new year -- Joaquin Ontiveros was born. Doctors say his twin sister, Aitana de Jesus, was slightly breached and had to be delivered via C-section. She was born at 12:16 a.m. -- 18 minutes after her brother -- but technically in the next year.
Also trending, people around the world got to experience the first supermoon of 2018 last night. NASA called the new years night supermoon the "biggest and brightest" for 2018.
A "supermoon" happens when the moon becomes full at it's closest point in its orbit around earth. Some call it the "wolf moon" and staked out all night to watch it. The next supermoon will be at end of the month on January 31st. However, because it's the second full moon in a month, it will be called a blue moon. Which occurs once every two to three years.
Lastly, record cold temperatures have folks making some cool videos.
In South Dakota, a man soaked a shirt in boiling water and then took it outside in the 14-degree-below-zero cold. In no time flat, the shirt was frozen rock solid.
In Columbus, Ohio, a bubble freezing in real time. The bubble was made using water mixed with dish soap, corn syrup and regular sugar.
The sugar in the mix creates the amazing crystal-like patterns, and the syrup helps keep the bubble from bursting.