“Get ready for 13 full moons, two supermoons and a blue moon in 2020, NASA says”
- Editor’s note: The first full moon was January 10th, though rain here blocked the view from the ground.
“Stargazers can look forward to a surplus of full moons in 2020 along with some rarer lunar phenomena, a NASA calendar of astronomical events shows.
“The 12 months ahead will see 13 full moons — October will have twice as many as usual, the calendar shows. And the second, which falls on Halloween, will be a blue moon.”
“The year ahead also will see back-to-back supermoons, one in March and a second in April, the NASA calendar says,” by Don Sweeney, The Sacramento Bee. Read more