In addition to being the spring equinox it is another astrological event called the “Super Worm Moon”. That will occur tonight at 9:43 EST (or 0143 GTM tomorrow) and it occurs just a few hours after the “Spring Equinox” that occurs today at 5:58 pm EST.
The full moon in March is the “Worm Moon”, and it is usually considered the last full moon of winter. It is also called Lenten moon, Crow moon, Crust moon, Chaste moon, Sugar moon , and Sap moon depending upon where you are from. The legend is apparently that a spring robin pulls out a worm.
It is also a supermoon, which is apparently about 10% larger that a more normal full moon.
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