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Photo: Blue Moon

Penn Valley resident Bruce Puphal captured the “blue moon” early Saturday morning. The term “blue moon” refers to the second full moon to occur in a calendar month. The next blue moon won’t be seen again until January 31, 2018.
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Penn Valley resident Bruce Puphal captured the “blue moon” early Saturday morning. The term “blue moon” refers to the second full moon to occur in a calendar month. The next blue moon won’t be seen again until January 31, 2018.


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