On July 31, 2019, a Black Supermoon will occur. It is said that a Black Supermoon is the second new moon in the month, and it happens only every 2.5 years as stated by the Farmer's Almanac.
According to MSN, the term Black Moon has also been used when no moon appears. This occurs only in 5 to 10 years in the month of February.
The Black Supermoon occurring in July 31st is going to be it's closest to Earth, and therefore is called a Supermoon.
Can you see a Black Supermoon? Not really. But this Black Supermoon might get you to see some shooting stars in the sky and some meteor showers.
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