Weatherman says clear skies for the next four or five days – perfect setting for Super Moon.
By Wednesday the moon is supposed to be at it’s fullest, and will come very close to the Earth. At sunset the angle of the sun will turn it red, so we will have a Super Blood Moon. I notice sunset is the best time to view the Super Moon anyway – it looks like it is coming right out of the Sierra. As one giant orb heads for the sea, another giant orb comes flying out of the Earth!
And, by definition, we a Blue Moon – two full moons occurring in one month.
The sky is really clear after the storms, and the huge flocks of geese are still filing North. Good night to post a watch in a lawn chair.