Full moon arrives Saturday, March 31, at 8:37 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time. Alas, it won’t be “full” by the time night arrives as seen from the U.S., but it will still be called “full.” It is hard to tell the difference!The gloriously bright full moon varies month to month, since the Moon’s orbit is not a perfect circle around our globe. At times its closest point (called “perigee”) happens to occur at full moon (not this time); this is when it called a “super moon” since it is slightly […]

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