This brings 13 full moons this year instead of the usual 12.
The red planet approached the Earth in early October, and it still shines brightly in the night sky.
The first full moon in October is the harvest month on October 1, and the second is the rare Halloween blue hunter full moon.
Although the moon does not actually look blue, the second full moon in a month is usually called the blue moon. This happens every 2.5 to 3 years, or “once in the blue moon.”
Previously, the blue moon was called the third or fourth full moon In one season.
Usually, the next moon after harvest is called the hunter̵
Although blue moons seem to be rare, Halloween full moons across time zones are even rarer-no such event has occurred since 1944.
However, in some time zones, Halloween has a full moon every 19 years, so you can expect a full moon to appear again in 2039, 2058, 2077, and 2096.
The Halloween full moon will rise at 10:49 AM EST on October 31, which explains why the moon is visible in all time zones.
We get it; this is a strange weekend. This year is a pandemic year, Halloween has a full moon, and the time changed the next day-Tuesday is US election day.
Every month in 2020 brings its own surprise, which is comparable to the veritable Jumanji game “Well, I didn’t expect it to come”.
To help you stay calm and move on, we suggest you stare. Look up this weekend, see the full moon and Mars, revel in the wonders of the night sky.