Once in lifetime Blue Moon this week

Blue Moon August

The planet Saturn will also be just above the moon making this supermoon event truly rare say experts.

Stargazing fans are being warned of a key supermoon event this week which is a rare combination – which won’t happen again for 14 years. The blue moon will peak on Wednesday but will be visible all this week.

Experts say the very best time to see it is 7.52pm on August 30

The August super blue moon refers to a combination of two lunar events: a supermoon and a blue moon.

A supermoon occurs when the moon reaches its closest point to Earth in its orbit, resulting in a larger and brighter appearance in the night sky. A blue moon is a term used to describe the second full moon that occurs within a single calendar month and doesn’t refer to the colour.

The combination of these two events creates a visually stunning display that captivates sky watchers. A super blue moon hasn’t happened since 2009, and won’t happen again until 2037.

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