A lot of unusual stuff is happening around on this planet: the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, horrors of the most lethal hornets (and I guess that’s enough said to keep humans quarantined while stress might give them a panic attack). Anyway, there are some heartwarming stories too that have nothing to do with the pandemic, and instead, it might help relax your mood. Here’s one of them: recently, a long-awaited event for all stargazers just passed, living them amazed – the last supermoon of the year 2020 traveled through the sky!
Only an unexpectedly bright and big full moon that is at its closest to planet earth can be called a supermoon. Nevertheless, the supermoon occurring in May has even more importance. Because it turns out, the supermoon of May is called the Flower Moon to celebrate the flowers that ordinarily start blooming profoundly this month. It’s also called the Corn Planting Moon, Milk Moon, or Hare Moon in some regions, but what I say ~ for me, it’s a golden eye of hope shining in the night sky.