If you are an astrology lover, you should not miss the opportunity to see the illuminated sky. At the beginning of 2020, we were witnesses of numerous lunar events. The biggest and brightest Moon is expected to happen this March.

Namely, the Super Worm Moon, also known as Lenten Moon, Crust Moon, Medin Poya or Crow Moon is expected to happen on the 9th of March, at 1:48 p.m. EDT, from Sunday morning to Wednesday morning.

This Moon is a sign of the arrival of spring and indicates weather improvement.

According to Ed Bloomer, an astronomer from the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the Supermoon can be seen before 6 p.m. The Moon is bigger and brighter on the 9th of March than usual because the orbit is closer to the Earth.

Also, NASA claims that the Super Worm Moon will be larger by 14 % and bigger by 30%. Perigean Moon is another term used for this event.

On the other hand, astrologists claim that the Super Moon is in the sign of Virgo, indicating that it will reveal new realization of self-care.

In a year, there can be 3 – 4 Supermoons in a year. The Moon`s appearance is what catches the public`s attention.


Reference: I Believe In Mother Nature

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