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List Of When We'll Experience Meteor Showers, Eclipses & More In 2023

2023 is going to be the year of meteor showers, full moons and eclipses!

Even better, many of these celestial events will be visible from Northeast Florida!

According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, we will have 13 Full/Super Moons. Here is a list:

Jan. 6: Wolf moon

Feb. 5: Snow moon

March 7: Worm moon

April 6: Pink moon

May 5: Flower moon

June 3: Strawberry moon

July 3: Buck moon

Aug. 1: Sturgeon moon

Aug. 30: Blue moon

Sept. 29: Harvest moon

Oct. 28: Hunter’s moon

Nov. 27: Beaver moon

Dec. 26: Cold moon

NASA says there will be two solar eclipses and two lunar eclipses, but only about two will be visible here on the First Coast:

April 20: Total solar eclipse

Oct. 14: Annular solar eclipse (visible across North America)

May 5: Penumbral lunar eclipse

Oct. 28: Partial lunar eclipse (visible in some parts of North America)

CNN is reporting that at least 1 of the 12 meteor showers this year can be visibal from the U.S:

Jan. 3-4: Quadrantid meteor shower (visible to those in North America)

April 22-23: Lyrids

May 5-6: Eta Aquariids

July 30-31: Southern delta Aquariids

July 30-31: Alpha Capricornids

Aug. 12-13: Perseids

Oct. 20-21: Orionids

Nov. 4-5: Southern Taurids

Nov. 11-12: Northern Taurids

Nov. 17-18: Leonids

Dec. 13-14: Geminids

Dec. 21-22: Ursids

Here are some sky watching tips:

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