This Friday, March 20, marks the vernal equinox and the official end of winter, but that's not all. A planetary event that only happens every 360 years or so will also take place during the vernal equinox.
"You could call it a cosmic coincidence," Slooh Observatory Manager Paul Cox said, adding that he will be traveling to the Faroe Islands as part of Slooh's expedition for the rare eclipse.
Cox is talking about the solar eclipse that will happen at the same time as a new supermoon. How can you see these extraordinary events for yourself? Step One: Buy a plane ticket to the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic. Step Two: If Step One isn't feasible, you can watch it online!