According to NASA, the worm Supermoon glow in the March sky this Sunday. The will be fullest at 2:48 p.m. ET. It appears opposite the sun in Earth-based longitude. People who miss this moment will still be able to see a big, round Moon. The rocky satellite will appear full for three days, from Saturday morning through early Tuesday morning.
According to the western Christian ecclesiastical calendar, this is known as the Paschal which is used for determining the date of Easter. The word “Paschal” is the Latinized word for Pesach. Usually, Easter is celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full of spring. There are differences in the Eastern and Western church calendars. In 2021 Easter will fall on two dates: April 4 for Western Christianity. The views March’s as the first full of spring, and May 2 for the Eastern Orthodox Church, which views the next full as the Paschal moon.