The Moon has long been one of the central pieces of the studies related to Earth. Its presence influences various phenomena on the planet, such as tides.
The full Moon is important for many due to religious, cultural reasons or even purely scientific reasons. The full Moon in itself is a spectacular sight to see that fills the heart with joy when you take a look at it.
According to NASA, the Moon may appear to glow red sometimes. Other times, the Moon may appear larger than usual in our night sky.
However, that is not because the Moon itself is changing colours or sizes. The changes in appearance are usually due to its position in relation to the Sun and Earth.On February 5, the planet will witness this year's first full Moon, which co-incidentally is also called the Snow Moon.Read more on tech.hindustantimes.com