According to the folks at Nasa, we'll have a blue moon on July 31st. Well actually it won't look blue, it'll look greyish like it normally does. However, technically as the the second moon in a calendar month, its a "blue" moon.
Turns out though that there are occasions when the moon looks blue (or sometimes red). You can read all about it over at the Nasa site. Its not exactly useful science, but it isn interesting.Eoghann Irving is amongst other things the creator and Editor of Solar Flare. He has a life long interest in all forms of science fiction and fantasy and a pressing need to share this interest with anyone who will listen. Find out more at his personal website eoghann.com..