Get prepared for a singular astronomical materialisation Saturday night
March 31, 2018 - Supermoon
We are again branch a eyes to a sky for a cold astronomy materialisation for a final day of March.
The second full moon of a month will arise during 8:13 p.m. and will be a singular steer to see. Why do we ask? Well, by clarification a second of dual full moons to tumble within a singular calendar month is called a “Blue Moon”.
This will be a second Blue Moon in 2018 and a final one for 2 years. The prior Blue Moon this year was was a partial of a Lunar Trifecta on Jan 31 where we had a Supermoon and a sum lunar obscure during a same time.
This is really singular since it hasn’t happened for roughly 20 years (1999) and, according to EarthSky.com, it won’t occur again until 2037!
If we have bad weather, you can see a Blue Moon online during a live webcast during 4 p.m. EDT here.