Rare Blue Moon Set To Brighten the Night Sky on October 31st

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This Halloween, we are in for a treat as there will be a beautiful sight to be seen. And even better, you’ll be able to see it from your own home.

Keep reading to how you can see this rare blue moon for yourself. You’re not going to want to miss this one!

Then you’ll have to look up.

And it’s in the sky.

And it will be pretty hard to miss.

Well, it’s actually got nothing to do with the color.

A blue moon refers to a second full moon happening in a single month.

Hey, at least 2020 is good for something, right?

October – giving us the blue moon over Halloween!

And while it’s supposedly unlikely to actually be blue, it’s also not impossible!

So any volcanic eruptions around October could have an impact on the moon’s color.

April’s supermoon moon followed from March’s super worm moon and preceded May’s super flower moon. Three in a row!

According to Royal Museums Greenwich, supermoons appear up to 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than a full moon at its furthest point, the apogee.

Due to this the differences may not be immediately obvious to most observers.

2020 is truly a year of great moon action.

Well, October both starts and ends with a full moon. Spooky!

It really is a culmination of exciting spooky activity.

Fear! What does it all mean?

October is going to be a true pinnacle of lunar activity.

Could this be the peak of 2020’s madness?

These sorts of things only happen once … in a blue moon!

Well, that won’t happen until 2029 – so you don’t want to miss this one!