Astrology fans and star-watching fans are watching an exciting event next Monday night, with the appearance of the giant worm moon, an event in which our moon will be larger and brighter than usual.
The full moon occurs when it is located on the other side of the earth like the sun, which means that its face will be fully lit.
During its completion, the moon will be in its closest orbit to Earth, which means that it will appear more and more brilliant in the night sky.
Best of all, this astronomical event would be visible to the naked eye, so there would be no need to use expensive equipment to see the giant full moon.
The Super Worm Moon will be visible throughout the night of March 9. Badr month of March bears the name Moonworm because it appears at the beginning of spring, where temperatures often begin to rise, with the thawing of ice, and then earthworms and other animals appear on the surface.
The month of March also bears other names, all linked to the calendar of farmers, such as crow moon, the Great Lent Moon, the Sugar Moon, and others.
And if you missed the giant worm moon, don’t worry, because the month of March is the second giant moon out of the four giant moons it will witness in 2020, when the other two giant moons are expected to appear on April 8 and May 7.