How to see full moons on October 1 and Halloween

Get ready to gaze at the first of two full moons for October; On this Thursday (October 1), the sky will be dazzled for the first time and the second will start shining later this month. Halloween (31 October)

It is rare to have two full moons in a month. To mark the occasion, the second full moon will be known as the “blue moon”, although it will not actually appear blue. (The Moon appears blue only when the Earth’s atmosphere contains a large amount of particles, Like dust from a volcanic eruption, Which scatter different amounts of light at different wavelengths.) Another “blue moon” definition highlights the third of four full moons in the same season.

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