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Two Moons

Two Moons - Two, Sky, Moons, Nature
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March 2018 Had TWO Full Moons! This Won’t Happen Again Until 2037

The First Full Moon

For North America and Hawaii, that means the moon turns precisely full this evening – on March 1, 2018 – at 20:51 (8:51 p.m.) AST, 19:51 (7:51 p.m.) EST, 18:51 (6:51 p.m.) CST, 17:51 (5:51 p.m.) MST, 16:51 (4:51 p.m.) PST, 15:51 (3:51 p.m) AKST and 14:51 (2:51 p.m.) HST.

No matter where you live worldwide, however, expect to see a full-looking moon lighting up the nightime from dusk until dawn. Because the moon stays more or less opposite the sun throughout the night tonight, look for the moon to rise in the east around sunset, climb highest up for the night around midnight and to set in the west around sunset.

For both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, the first full moon of March 2018 presents the third of three full moons to occur between The December 2017 solstice and the March 2018 equinox. For the Northern Hemisphere, the first full moon of March showcases the final full moon of winter; for the Southern Hemisphere, it’s the last full moon of summer.

The Second Full Moon

We had a Blue Moon on January 31, 2018. It was a supermoon, too, and underwent a total eclipse photos here. But another Blue Moon is coming right up. They’re both Blue Moons by the monthly definition of the term: the second of two full moons to fall within a single calendar month. The second (and last) Blue Moon of 2018 will be on March 31. We haven’t had a year with two Blue Moons since 1999 and won’t have one again until January and March, 2037.

The second of these two March 2018 full moons will usher in the first full moon of spring for the Northern Hemisphere. In the Southern Hemisphere, this Blue Moon on March 31, 2018, will stage the first full moon of autumn.

For the Southern Hemisphere, the Blue Moon – the the second full moon of March 2018 – will also be their Harvest Moon, the closest full moon to the autumn equinox.

But wherever you may be on this night – the night of March 1-2, 2018 – enjoy the first of two March 2018 full moons and the final full moon of the season.
blueangels1015 Uploaded by blueangels1015 on . Two Moons - Desktop Nexus Nature Download free wallpapers and background images: Two Moons. Desktop Nexus Nature background ID 2399408. March 2018 Had TWO Full Moons! This Won’t Happen Again Until 2037

The First Full Moon

For North America and Hawaii, that means the moon turns precisely full this evening – on March 1, 2018 – at 20:51 (8:51 p.m.) AST, 19:51 (7:51 p.m.) EST, 18:51 (6:51 p.m.) CST, 17:51 (5:51 p.m.) MST, 16:51 (4:51 p.m.) PST, 15:51 (3:51 p.m) AKST and 14:51 (2:51 p.m.) HST.

No matter where you live worldwide, however, expect to see a full-looking moon lighting up the nightime from dusk until dawn. Because the moon stays more or less opposite the sun throughout the night tonight, look for the moon to rise in the east around sunset, climb highest up for the night around midnight and to set in the west around sunset.

For both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, the first full moon of March 2018 presents the third of three full moons to occur between The December 2017 solstice and the March 2018 equinox. For the Northern Hemisphere, the first full moon of March showcases the final full moon of winter; for the Southern Hemisphere, it’s the last full moon of summer.

The Second Full Moon

We had a Blue Moon on January 31, 2018. It was a supermoon, too, and underwent a total eclipse photos here. But another Blue Moon is coming right up. They’re both Blue Moons by the monthly definition of the term: the second of two full moons to fall within a single calendar month. The second (and last) Blue Moon of 2018 will be on March 31. We haven’t had a year with two Blue Moons since 1999 and won’t have one again until January and March, 2037.

The second of these two March 2018 full moons will usher in the first full moon of spring for the Northern Hemisphere. In the Southern Hemisphere, this Blue Moon on March 31, 2018, will stage the first full moon of autumn.

For the Southern Hemisphere, the Blue Moon – the the second full moon of March 2018 – will also be their Harvest Moon, the closest full moon to the autumn equinox.

But wherever you may be on this night – the night of March 1-2, 2018 – enjoy the first of two March 2018 full moons and the final full moon of the season.
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Wallpaper Comments (2)

GrimmTales
Posted by GrimmTales on 07/12/18 at 12:28 PM
Amazing :)
welcha
Posted by welcha on 07/11/18 at 12:33 PM
beautiful universe
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Uploaded By: blueangels1015
Date Uploaded: July 11, 2018
Filename: twomoons.jpg
Original Resolution: 1920x1200
File Size: 272.52KB
Category: Sky

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