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The final supermoon of the year will happen tomorrow on spring equinox

The final supermoon of the year will happen tomorrow on spring equinox
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Fleetwood Mac’s recent visit to NYC paired with tomorrow’s spring equinox is all the proof we need that there’s magic in the air. And now, the cosmos is gracing us with a third, majestic power: The final supermoon of 2019.

CNN reports that the third supermoon since January occurs on March 20, which is also the first day of spring. What does it mean when there’s a supermoon? Well, la lune will appear brighter and larger than normal, so your chances of a getting that perfectly mystical Instagram shot of the moon are much better. Fingers crossed for a clear, starry night sky! The moon will be in full force by 9:43pm on Wednesday.

Unlike the scary-sounding super blood wolf moon we experienced earlier this year, it will be a Full Worm Moon, a Native American-given name to represent the time of year when earthworms rise from the earth. Sounds like good news for the birds, and us too, as that’s also a true signifier that spring is in full swing.

Speaking of entering a new season, start planning your calendar with all the outdoor activities, festivals and shows include in our best things to do in spring list.

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