Full worm supermoon Wednesday night kicks off spring equinox

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If you look up in the sky Wednesday night youll catch the super worm moon and itll be the last supermoon for a while. The last time a full moon occurred so close to the vernal when they were four hours apart. It will be visible all over the United States according to National Geographic. The worm moon got its name because according to the Farmers Almanac. will be visible in the night sky wednesday coinciding with the spring equinox that heralds the start of a new season. In the Northern Hemisphere it marks the beginning of autumn

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