For the first time in almost 20 years, a bright “blue moon” will grace New Year’s Eve celebrations worldwide.
If the skies are clear, revelers looking up at midnight will get an eyeful of the second full moon of the month—commonly called a blue moon. The last time a blue moon appeared on New Year’s Eve was in 1990, and it won’t happen again until 2028.
The news announced that there will be a Blue Moon in the New Years Eve of 2010. And not just that, there will also a partial eclipse. So what would really happen that night? This means that North America will be having their second full moon this month and the moon will not turn into a vanilla ice cream. It is just a term actually of this occurrence that only happens once in a while. Scientists explains this as a volcanic activity that affects the color of the light and atmosphere.
I’ll be out for a walk and for a job which is somethin more noble for days.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!