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First full Supermoon of 2020 to be visible in Newark on Monday from 6pm




The first full Supermoon of 2020 peaks this evening and should be visible from around 6pm, if the clouds and rain hold off.

It is called the Worm Moon, because at this time of year earthworms begin to come to the surface after the winter, so keep a look out for worm casts.

It is also known as the Sap Moon, Crow Moon, Crust Moon, Sugar Moon, and Lenten Moon ­— so take your pick.

A full moon.(31162380)
A full moon.(31162380)

Send us your pictures of the first full Supermoon of 2020 at news@newarkadvertiser.co.uk

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