After the incredible blue moon earlier this year skygazers will be able to see a second full moon again in the same calendar month.
This one rare phenomenon occurred in January and it happens again this weekend.
There was no full moon in February ̵
But by the end of March, the British are treated with another dazzling "moonlight once upon a time in a blue moon" .
Below is a close look at everything there is to know
When is March's Blue Moon?
This year's second blue moon will take place on Saturday, March 31st.
The British can expect the moon to reach its full extent shortly after midnight until the early hours of Sunday.
Be careful, because it will be the last until October 31, 2020.
The Blue Moon comes after March's first full moon – Worm Moon – which appeared in the sky on March 2nd.
Otherwise known as the Sap Moon, the Worm Moon was named by Native Americans in March as it marked the time of year when temperatures rose and earthworms became more active.
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What is a blue moon and why is it called?
If two full moons appear in the same calendar month, the second, according to tradition, is called the "blue moon".
Despite the name, there is no blue color change.
But sometimes the moon may actually look blue due to the way light is reflected by dust particles that are released into the atmosphere by a volcanic eruption.
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How to See the Blue Moon:
When it gets dark, go outside and look up – it will be very easy to spot. But be sure to pack warm.
When the moon rises to the center of the sky, it will radiate a radiant white.
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The British will be able to see the blue moon without high-tech cameras or binoculars, though of course they will still improve the view.
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What is a full moon?
Full moons occur when the earth is directly in line between the moon and the sun.
They appear every 29 and half days and take place when the moon is fully illuminated by the rays of the sun.
The full moon of each month has its own special name.
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Full moons are associated with Indian tribes that would give each month a unique name
This would then allow them to follow the seasons and all months of the year by following the lunar calendar that is still used today.
Most names are associated with an activity or event that took place at the time. But it was not a unified system.