The ‘Blue Moon’ event, which comes once every two or three years (blue moon), is set to occur tomorrow. If you miss this, you can see it again in August 2023.
Saying Blue Moon makes no big difference in the color of the moon. NASA has explained that it depends entirely on the duration of the full moon. The Blue Moon is the second full moon in two months. Pavurnami comes only once a month. Occasionally there will be two full moons.
The full moon, which occurs once every 29 days, is 30 or 31 days in a month, so on average, two full moons occur once a year for 20 years. This Blue Moon is visible in North and South America, Africa, Europe, and many parts of Asia. This is not easy to photograph, says astronomer Jeffrey Hunt.
Taking a photo on a Blue Moon smartphone can be frustrating. He said the moon would look a little bigger if taken with the help of a telephoto. If you miss this Blue Moon you will have to wait for the next Blue Moon. It is expected to reappear on August 31, 2023, May 31, 2026, and December 31, 2028.