Blue supermoon will appear Wednesday night
Sky watchers are getting ready for a relatively rare interstellar sight this week.
The next full moon on Wednesday night will be the second so-called “supermoon” in August, making it a blue moon.
The name has nothing to do with the appearance but blue moons only happen once every two or three years.
A supermoon will appear slightly larger than usual because its orbit will bring it closer to Earth, although NASA says it’s hard to really notice the difference.
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