The American National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) stated that the Full Moon on October 31 will be a “Blue Full Moon”. Here are the details about the subject;
When will the ‘blue full moon’ occur? NASA announced!
NASA made an important announcement for the blue full moon, one of the very rare celestial events. I seem to hear you asking what this celestial event is, which can be observed by many people interested in astronomy. Let’s examine the answers to the questions you wonder without ado, under the headings.
What is the Blue Full Moon?
First of all, I should mention that; The “Blue Full Moon”, which is called the second Full Moon in a calendar month, does not mean that the Moon is seen in blue, contrary to popular belief. This event is also called “Blue Moon”.
The full moon, which is normally observed 12 times a year, will occur 13 times this year, and one will be a blue full moon.
Blue Full Moon is the occurrence of the full moon phase for the second time in the same month. Although those who are not familiar with the subject generally think that the Moon will take a different color due to its name, in fact, there is no color change in the image of the Moon. As for why its name is the Blue Full Moon; The Full Moon, which was seen in blue tones in the past due to the movements of clouds formed due to physical reasons, was named the Blue Full Moon for this reason.
When will the Blue Full Moon occur?
The Blue Full Moon, or Blue Moon, is described by astronomers as a rare natural phenomenon described as the second Full Moon in a calendar month. The American National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced that this year there will be two full moons on October 1 and 31 and that the full moon on October 31 will be a ‘Blue Full Moon or Blue Moon’.