Stunning Super Blue Moon Spectacle: Once-in-a-Lifetime Event Lights Up the Night Sky!

Super Blue moon

The skies of our world have been graced by the first of two super moons this August.

The British newspaper “Daily Mail” said super moon The third for this year will appear on August 30th at 9:36 PM ET United State, that is, at around 02:35 GMT (in the early hours of August 31).

Despite its name, however blue Moon It does not have any different color, as it will retain its usual shade of gray, but it may appear up to 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than usual.

Generally, a blue moon occurs every 2 or 3 years. Its last appearance was in August 2021. In rare cases, it can be repeated twice in one year, such as 2018.

Experts advise turning off the lights at home to improve vision, noting that it depends to a large extent on the weather and contamination

4 giant moons in 2023

Two giant moons have appeared so far, and two more will appear in the coming days.

July 3: Pak Moon

August 1: Sturgeon Moon

August 30: Blue Moon

September 29: Harvest Moon

What is a Super Blue Moon?

A supermoon is generally described as a full moon that appears larger and brighter in the sky because it is closer to Earth than usual.

Historically, the August full moon has been known as the “sturgeon moon,” named for the abundance of this fish in the Great Lakes during August, dating back hundreds of years.

Following Tuesday’s super moon, there will be another one on the night of August 30. This second full moon in the same month is often referred to as a “blue moon.”

The moon should be within 90 percent of its nearest dimension the earth, to be officially identified as a super moon. This means that the moon needs to come within 224,865 miles of Earth, and to be a full moon.

The last time two full supermoons occurred within a single month was back in 2018, and we aren’t expecting to witness this phenomenon again until 2037.

This year, we had our first super moon in July, and the final one for the year will grace our skies in September. The two super moons in August will be closer to Earth than either of those seen earlier in the year.

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