Next week, there will be yet another amazing and incredible astronomical phenomenon occurring in the night sky. You must be sure not to miss it, because the event will not occur again for another 10 months.
This past weekend’s “Super Moon” was just the latest in a rare string of such planetary circumstances which occur often and are practically undetectable with the naked human eye. Many were wowed and stood in awe of the possible larger moon size.
“To be honest, I can’t really tell if it’s bigger or not,” said northern Virginia resident Chris DeLantis. “But it has ‘super’ in the name, so…I guess…”
Famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson of the American Museum of Natural History says, “This is certainly a must-see occurrence. It’s an amazing astronomic happening, never to be seen again until next year. Are you going to be able to notice anything or have any vague idea what you’re looking at? Of course not. That’s almost never the case. Plus there are often these pesky clouds getting in the way anyway. But if you do happen to miss this, there’s a different incredible astronomic event occurring next week, and that one will not occur again until next year, either. In fact, we usually average about 5-6 amazing astronomic occurrences each month which will never occur again for at least months if not a year or two. So it’s important that you get out and see these things.”