The Blue Moon can be seen today at 6.43 pm. Blue Moon which is an extra moon comes for every two or three years. The next one will be in January 2018.
The Blue Moon can be seen today at 6.43 pm
July 31, second full moon of the month will appears at 6.43 pm. On July 2, the first full moon of the month was noticed, and it is a rarity that with in a single month you can see two full moons. Observing the east will help one take a look of the full moon that will rise at 6.43 pm. Nevertheless, the Planetary Society of India informed that the moon will grasp its entirely illuminated stage at 4.13 pm only.
The rise time of Blue moon is different from one place to another
Keeping in mind the location of the viewer in India, one needs to observe the east a few minutes post sunset while the moon remains above horizon. The rise time for moon is different for different places. In Delhi it will be visible at 7.01 pm, in Ahmedabad 7.14 pm, in Bhopal 6.54 pm, in Dibrugarh at 5.46 pm, and in Kanyakumari at 6.36 pm.
Raghunandan Kumar who is the founder as well as founder secretary of the Planetary Society explained that usually one full moon can be noticed every month in a single calendar year. In July 2, the first full moon of the month was noticed, and it is a rarity that the month will see yet another full month. This instance when the full moon is visible twice is known as “Blue Moon”.
Next one will be noticed in Jan 2018
Unlike from these 12 full moons, where every single calendar year will have an extra number of 11 days, owing to the disparity between solar and lunar years. By assembling of these extra days together tends to make an extra full moon by excluding the 12. It can be noticed for every two or three years. The last Blue Moon was noticed in August 2012, and the next time it will be noticed will be in January 2018.