Yesterday was the Vernal Equinox welcoming in Spring at 5:58 PM. During the Equinox, we have almost equal amounts of daylight and nighttime. To kick off spring we had a fantastic sunrise and sunset that many of you captured.
Also, we had the Super Worm Moon which occurred at 9:43 PM. This is the last supermoon of 2019. Supermoons do not look different compared to a normal full moon with a human eye. Supermoons are 14% bigger, and 30% brighter than a typical full moon. A March full moon is known as the worm moon, because the earth is beginning to thaw in March. We also received a lot of great photos of the moon too! Thank you!