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Blue Moon on New Year’s Eve

Posted by BC on December 29th, 2009

Blue MoonDuring this New Year’s Eve, Blue Moon will occur. The previous Blue Moon on New Year’s Eve occurred in 1990, and the next will be in 2028. A usual Blue Moon happens at some time in every 2.5 years.

What is Blue Moon? The meaning has changed over the past 400 years, but the modern definition is this: Blue Moon is the second Full Moon in a month.

2 people have commented

Marc said,

There was a partial lunar eclipse visible in Ireland too!


Photosbykev said,

I managed to get this as well :) http://www.photosbykev.com/wordpress/2009/12/29/partial-eclipse-of-the-blue-moon/


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