Sedona’s Black Moon
March 1, 2018
Rare Black Moon – Every 20 Years
Today is the “Black Moon” – It happens every 20 years. It is the absence of a full moon in February. There will be 2 full moons in March; today and March 31st – which is called a “Blue Moon” because it is the second full moon in a month. This is another rare event. It generally only happens a couple times a year.
Remembering January 2018
Remember back in January, there were two full moons. The second being a very rare event that featured a Super Blue Blood Moon at the end of the month! Basically, the second full moon was also a total eclipse and at the closest point (perigee) in its elliptical orbit to the earth. This made the moon appear much bigger than at other times. The “Blood Moon” gets its color because of the shadow cast by the earth as it passes through the sun’s shadow during a lunar eclipse. This makes the moon appear orange in color.
Sedona’s – Red Rock Fever
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