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February brought the Snow Moon, an “almost” super moon that rose with Mercury. On March 9th, we’ll be experiencing a different kind of moon: A Super Worm Moon. It’ll be the biggest and brightest moon of the year and also the first super moon a series of three. April and May will boast super moons, but neither will be as powerful as March’s Worm Moon.

So, on March 9th, 2020 at 17:48 Universal Time, the Full Worm Moon can be seen.

Just a little background: A Worm Moon is the first Full Moon of March. A Super Moon is when the full moon happens at the same time that the moon is closest to the Earth (in perigee).

Super Moons bring unique and powerful energy.

According to StyleCaster, “This supermoon will serve as the epicenter of shit happening. Whether or not this is a ‘good’ thing? That part is really up to you.”

We’re already feeling the impact of “shit happening” – What about you?

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Regardless of if you believe in the more “woo” side of things, the Super Worm Moon will be a beautiful sight!

If you reside in the Midwest or East Coast you’ll have a better view and the moon might appear larger.

West Coast viewers will witness a slightly smaller moon, but it’ll be breathtaking, nonetheless.

So, mark your calendars! March 9th, 17:48 Universal Time.