This week is exciting for astronomical mischief: the spring solstice introduces the official beginning of the spring Wednesday afternoon, and then on Wednesday night, superman is created! This will be the third and final supermoon in 2019, so take a look when it comes!
March full moon, often called the Moon of the Worm, will be supermoon because it becomes full of perigee. Perigey is the point in the orbit of the Moon that is closest to Earth. The moon on the perigee can appear up to 14% higher and 30% brighter than the moon at its most distant point from the Earth.
Unfortunately, the only small chance of rain in this week's forecast could blur our view. Several light showers will develop along the cold front, which is expected to move on Wednesday evening.
The Moon will continue to appear the day before and day after the climax on Wednesday. This means that if you want a clear sky to see the moon, you can try to catch it on Tuesday night or Thursday night. No matter what night you leave, be sure to take your coat! Night falls this week will continue to fall in the 30s.
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