Black Moon 2015: The Next Supermoon Occurs Feb. 18
February 13, 2015 - Supermoon
A Supermoon occurs when a New Moon appears during it’s closest time nearby Earth. This arriving one will symbol a third one this winter and another is still coming. There are typically usually 3 Supermoons a season, reports Weather.com.
To be deliberate a Black Moon, a New Moon has to accommodate one of 3 conditions. These conditions embody being a third Supermoon in a deteriorate with four, a second New Moon in a month with dual or during a month with no New or Full Moon, UniverseToday.com notes.
Those looking to locate a steer of a Black Moon occurring on Feb. 18 will be disappointed. The lunar eventuality can’t indeed been seen as a sun’s rays will means a galre during a illumination hours that make in unable to be seen, reports Weather.com.
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