At the beginning of 2020 there was apparently a meteor flying past earth. It's great that it didn't hit us, but I feel like we should know what's going on in the skies for the rest of the year.

ABC7 NY reports that the skies will be super within the next few months. According to their post, there will be 4 Super Moons between February and May.

For Halloween, it looks like we will have a brighter, and maybe even spooky, Blue Moon up above.

Unfortunately, North America will miss out on the solar eclipse on December 14th (but if you're in South America you'll definitely be able to catch a glimpse.)

I know the year will already be flying by, but by the end of December 2020, on the 21st we'll experience Super Conjunction. A Super Conjunction is when " the largest planets' closest encounter in the sky in almost 400 years."

Mark your calendars for a stunning year in the skies.

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