This moon is also a big deal because it sets us up to welcome the historic total solar eclipse on August 21. The Umbra is the zone of a total solar eclipse, where the moon will completely block out the sun's light.
People use special glasses to look into the sky at a partial solar eclipse near the Brandenburg Gate in 2015 in Berlin, Germany.
The Great American Eclipse is exactly two weeks away, and if you plan to be on the roads on Monday, August 21, you need to be prepared for the unexpected.
Around every 18 months, the Earth, Moon, and the Sun align. The moon is revolving around the earth, which in turn is revolving around the sun.
The eclipse can be seen from all over the Arab region.
Finally, drive responsibly - that means taking photos of the eclipse while behind the wheel is the worst thing you can do. To demonstrate, Morris is using a hula-hoop as the moon's orbit.
The moon will retreat to the earth's penumbra again between 3:19 a.m. and 4:53 a.m., she said.
After this attractive sight, a massive planet surrounded by moons will appear on the horizon, plough into Earth and kill every single living being.
For those in the eclipse's shadow, temperatures on the ground can drop several degrees. This happens roughly twice a year.
After the eclipse, it is recommended by the BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha to not touch anything, any person or any personal item without having a bath with clothes on first. So, you get cool eclipse souvenirs and a workout, as well as helping to support a great cause.
A plane flies over the sky during the eclipse in Van, Turkey. If there is cloud cover, then it won't matter because the clouds will obscure the view. August's total eclipse will be one of the best opportunities yet to make extended measurements of how eclipses change weather on the surface. This hypothesis was proven correct using the equipment on the moon setup by Apollo astronauts. "Moon jogging" won't be as stylin' as Michael Jackson's "moon walking", but it promises to be faster!