"The second full moon for the month of October brightens the sky on Halloween, illuminating the night", reported the U.S. Naval Observatory in an advisory that says the moon takes command of the sky at 6:49 pm Eastern Daylight Time.
They call it a blue moon, but it has nothing to do with the colour.
The month's first full moon rose on October 1.
"On this evening you'll be looking at the confluence of these two or three different cosmic events.it makes it a little bit more meaningful.If you want to see the full moon rise just basically look towards the sun, and turn around so your back is against the sun, and that's the direction the moon will be rising from".
"So because. the moon has always been so mysterious, it's been associated with Halloween".
Despite not actually being blue in color, there are two definitions for a blue moon: two in one calendar month and another, older definition, NASA notes. The last actual "Blue Full Moon" phenomena on Halloween night across all USA timezones occurred in 1944.
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The Blue Moon coming up is respectively known as the Hunter's Moon.
In fact, stargazers could be waiting another 20 years before a full moon returns on Halloween with experts projecting the next will arrive in 2039. Called a seasonal blue moon, this occurs about every 2.5 years.
People in North and South America will have a glimpse of the Blue Moon, along with those in India, Europe and Asia. Typically, each month has only one, as Full Moons occur about 29 days apart. The moon looks blue very rarely "due to particles thrown into the atmosphere by natural catastrophes", says the NASA. The Moon isn't really blue, but will be bright and white like all Full Moons are.
Tomorrow, the world will get a chance to witness the second full moon of the month - goes without saying, a rare occurrence.
A micromoon, opposite to a supermoon, is when the moon is at its furthest point from Earth. The lawmakers maintain that the bill would provide one year of stability for families dealing with the disruptions of COVID-19.