What is a Blue Moon?
In case you are wondering, the Moon on August 30 was blue by name and not by colour. Blue moon normally occurs every two or three years and when two full Moons appear in the same month. Typically there are 12 full Moons each year. The Moon takes 29.5 days to complete a cycle. Since most calendar months last 30 or 31 days, there is usually only one full Moon each month. Sometimes, when a full Moon occurs right at the start of the month, there is just enough time for a second full Moon to happen at the end of the month. The 13th full Moon of the year is known as the Blue Moon.
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What is a super blue moon?
A Super Blue Moon is an astronomical event, where a Blue Moon and a super Moon happen at the same time. A super Moon is when the Moon’s orbit is closest to Earth at the same time that it is full, making the Moon appear much larger than usual.
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According to NASA, the time between Super Blue Moons can vary greatly, with the last one occurring 14 years ago.
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