A pretty big meteor lit up the sky over Wisconsin early Monday morning.
Three major celestial events will light up the sky at the same time on Friday. The convergence will consist of a “Snow Moon,” a lunar eclipse, and a comet passing all on the same night. A “Snow Moon” simply describes the full moon of February; a lunar eclipse is when the earth is directly in front of the sun, which stops the sun’s light from reaching the moon, and makes the moon appear red; and the comet, named Comet 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdušáková shows up every five and a quarter years.
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