A partial lunar eclipse will coincide with the worm moon in March.

Full moon, the worm moon, peaks Monday, March 25 at 3 a.m.

This moon appears around the Spring Equinox, signaling the arrival of earthworms as northern hemisphere temperatures rise.

This full moon is called the sap moon or sugar moon because tree sap runs in spring.

Sap is collected from trees during the Spring Equinox when temperatures rise.

January and February's full moons were smaller and dimmer than usual for a reason. 

March's micro full moon is the last of this series of smaller full moons.

The April 8 total solar eclipse is not alone. 

On March 24–25, a penumbral lunar eclipse will occur.

Images of Jupiter’s massive storms captured by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope 

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