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- Full moon phases: Seasonal Blue Moon, Super Moon and Blood Moon are supported
The term "super moon" was coined by the astrologer Richard Nolle in 1979 and refers
to either a New or Full Moon that occurs when the Moon is within 90% of perigee,
its closest approach to Earth. Because it is closest to Earth, it looks bigger and brighter.
A "blood moon" happens when Earth's moon is in a total lunar eclipse.
While it has no special astronomical significance, the view in the sky is striking as
the usually whiteish moon becomes red or ruddy-brown.
Seasonal Blue Moon
There are two different definitions for a Blue Moon. A seasonal Blue Moon is the third Full Moon of an astronomical season that has four Full Moons. A monthly Blue Moon is the second Full Moon in a calendar month with two Full Moons.
The full moon phases can be viewed on the built-in calendar view.
- FIXED: When an opened Post-It is deleted, it remains opened on Desktop.
- Full Moon Dates added for year 2022