See the 'Worm' supermoon glow in the sky this weekend

See theWormsupermoon glow in the March sky this Sunday.

The moon will be fullest at 2:48 午後. ET on Sunday afternoon, according to NASA.
This will be the year’s first supermoon, meaning the moon is slightly closer to Earth and therefore appears bigger and brighter in the sky. The Worm supermoon is the fourth brightest moon of 2021, による Earth Sky.
    In the Hindu month of Phalguna, this month’s moon marks the Holi Festival, according to NASA, which celebrates the beginning of spring.
      The Native American tribes in the South call the March full moon the Worm moon because of the earthworm casts, soil that the worms digest, become visible as the ground thaws.
        Other Native American tribes have different names for the full moon in March that still relate to animals, による Western Washington University Planetarium ウェブサイト.
        The Algonquin tribe northeast of the Great Lakes call the March full moonnamossack kesos” または “catching fish.In the northern plains of Canada, the Cree tribe call itmigisupizum” または “Eagle moon.
          Typical of a normal year, 2021 will also have 12 full moons. (Last year had 13 full moons, two of which were in October.)
          Here are all of the full moons remaining this year and their names, による The Old Farmer’s Almanac:
          4月 26 — Pink moon
          五月 26 — Flower moon
          六月 24 — Strawberry moon
          7月 23 — Buck moon
          8月 22 — Sturgeon moon
          9月 20 — Harvest moon
          10月 20 — Hunter’s moon
          11月 19 — Beaver moon
          12月 18 — Cold moon
          Be sure to check for the other names of these moons as well, attributed to the different Native American tribes.
          Here is what else you can look forward to in 2021.

          Meteor showers

          There is a bit of a wait until the next meteor shower, the popular Lyrids, 4月中. The Lyrids will peak on April 22 and will be best seen in the Northern Hemispherebut the moon will be 68% full, による American Meteor Society. This may make the meteor shower less visible.
          The Eta Aquariids follow soon after, peaking on May 5 when the moon is 38% full. This shower is best seen in the southern tropics, but will still produce a medium shower for those north of the equator.
          The Milky Way is seen from the Glacier Point Trailside in Yosemite National Park, カリフォルニア.

          The Delta Aquariids are also best seen from the southern tropics and will peak between July 28 そして 29 when the moon is 74% full.
          Interestingly, another meteor shower peaks on the same nightthe Alpha Capricornids. Although this is a much weaker shower, it has been known to produce some bright fireballs during the peak. It will be visible for those on either side of the equator.
          The Perseid meteor shower, the most popular of the year, will peak between August 11 そして 12 in the Northern Hemisphere, when the moon is only 13% full.
          Here is the meteor shower schedule for the rest of the year, による EarthSky’s meteor shower outlook.
          • 10月 8: Draconids
          • 10月 21: Orionids
          • 11月 4 に 5: South Taurids
          • 11月 11 に 12: North Taurids
          • 11月 17: Leonids
          • 12月 13 に 14: Geminids
          • 12月 22: Ursids

          Solar and lunar eclipses

          This year, there will be two eclipses of the sun and two eclipses of the moonand three of these will be visible for some in North America, による The Old Farmer’s Almanac.
          A total eclipse of the moon will occur on May 26, best visible to those in western North America and Hawaii from 4:46 午前. ET to 9:51 午前. そして.
          An annular eclipse of the sun will happen on June 10, visible in northern and northeastern North America from 4:12 午前. ET to 9:11 午前. そして. The sun won’t be fully blocked by the moon, so be sure to wear eclipse glasses to safely view this event.
          11月 19 will see a partial eclipse of the moon, and skywatchers in North America and Hawaii can view it between 1 午前. ET and 7:06 午前. そして.
          And the year ends with a total eclipse of the sun on December 4. It won’t be seen in North America, but those in the Falkland Islands, the southern tip of Africa, Antarctica and southeastern Australia will be able to spot it.

          Visible planets

          Skywatchers will have multiple opportunities to spot the planets in our sky during certain mornings and evenings throughout 2021, による Farmer’s Almanac planetary guide.
          It’s possible to see most of these with the naked eye, with the exception of distant Neptune, but binoculars or a telescope will provide the best view.
          Mercury will look like a bright star in the morning sky from June 27 to July 16, and October 18 11月まで 1. It will shine in the night sky from May 3 5月まで 24, 8月 31 to September 21 and November 29 to December 31.
          金星, our closest neighbor in the solar system, will appear in the western sky at dusk on the evenings of May 24 to December 31. It’s the second brightest object in our sky after the moon.
          Mars makes its reddish appearance in the morning sky between November 24 と12月 31 and will be visible in the evening sky between January 1 and August 22.
          Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, is the third brightest object in our sky. It will be on display in the morning sky between February 17 and August 19. Look for it in the evenings of August 20 to December 31 — but it will be at its brightest from August 8 to September 2.
          Saturn’s rings are only visible through a telescope, but the planet itself can still be seen with the naked eye on the mornings of February 10 to August 1 and the evenings of August 2 to December 31. It will be at its brightest between August 1 に 4.
            Binoculars or a telescope will help you spot the greenish glow of Uranus on the mornings of May 16 11月まで 3 and the evenings of January 1 to April 12 and November 4 to December 31 — but at its brightest between August 28 to December 31.
            And our most distant neighbor in the solar system, Neptune will be visible through a telescope on the mornings of March 27 to September 13 and the evenings of September 14 to December 31. It will be at its brightest between July 19 and November 8.




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