The Snow Super Moon is coming!
It’s the first super moon of 2020. Or is it?
There's debate amongst experts. Some say it's this weekend. Astrologer Richard Nolle and others say this year's first super moon won't happen till March 9.
This is the first full moon of the new Chinese New Year, which signifies the end of Chinese New Year celebrations and the day of the Chinese Lantern festival.
This full moon is the start of the Jewish celebration of Tu BiShvat, known as "New Year of the Trees."
The moon will be fullest at 2:33 a.m. ET on Sunday, February 9, according to NASA. So bundle up, celebrate and get excited.
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