Up in the sky is Blue moon not a bird or even superman because on the Friday night of October 18th penumblar lunar eclipse of the moon is on and yes it is the moon with unusual size as seen in the sky as the largest full moon of 2013 aka bluemoon will light up the night sky not to be mistaken to a lunar eclipse and even superman:D It’s Blue moon! because on Tuesday, August 20th, at 7 a.m. EDT, the moon will arrive at perigee a term which means the point in its orbit bringing it closest to Earth opposite the apogee and a distance of 221,824 miles, the moon typically reaches perigee once each month in this case a blue moon is displayed since 2 full moon had happened in just a month.
Watch a free webcast of 2013 Blue moon full moon online on Tuesday at 7 p.m. EDT via Slooh Space Camera or check out NASA for details as the exact time of the full moon theoretically lasts just a moment, that moment is imperceptible to casual observers. The moon will appear full a couple of days before and after the actual full moon most will speak of seeing the nearly full moon as “full”: the shaded strip is so narrow, and changing in apparent width so slowly, that it is hard for the naked eye to tell in a casual glance whether it’s present or on which side it is.
Finally the Tuesday’s blue moon, the moon will appear about 12.2 percent larger than it will look on Jan. 16, 2014, when it will be farthest from the Earth during its apogee. So don’t be afraid if werewolves will be feasting as supermoon is only temporary just make sure to have silver bullets or call the attention of van helsing to avoid werevolves attack. Just kidding!:D