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January skywatchers are in for a rare treat: a Blue Moon, a total lunar eclipse and a supermoon all in the same month. Not every place on Earth will see the Blue Moon this month, because the second full moon of January won't technically appear in those places until Feb. 1. These places include regions in eastern Asia and eastern Australia, where skywatchers won't see the first full moon until Jan. 2 and the next full moon until the morning of Feb. 1. For example, in Melbourne, Australia, the full moon arrives on Jan. 2 at 1:24 p.m. local time, and the next full moon is on Feb. 1 at 1:26 a.m., so skywatchers will technically miss the Blue Moon by less than 2 hours.
It is interesting that it will go through 3 diff phases in one 24 hr period.
originally posted by: fluff007
a reply to: Planette
I would hope with all the cosmological activities it might help those throughout the world who are right now battling in an invisible war...
Let's hope there's some positive energies come down to help create a shift and change..
originally posted by: Planette
The man in the moon looks very different now to me from how it used to until the early 2000s.. and same for the sun's size and hue; I used to never confuse the two even in the early am and cloudy skies; now it's hard to tell any time of the day unless the sky is clear with no overcast which one is which; sign of the times