Friday, February 2, 2018

Rare Super Blood Moon to rise

For more than 150 years,the west coast will have the opportunity to see a blue moon turn red this week. Neither skywatching glasses nor travel plans are required. On Wednesday there's three lunar spectacles: a blue moon, a super moon and a total lunar eclipse.

Astronomy lovers have appreciated each of the lunar events behind Wednesday's show.

A super moon is only slightly more common,happening roughly every 14 months. Super moons appear about 7 percent larger than an average full moon and as much as 15 percent brighter,according to NASA .

My opinion is that the moon was awesome! I went to go see it, it was so cool. To me it was more white than blue and I took some awesome pictures with the moon in it.

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