Find Out This Weekend in New York City
We’ve all heard that the moon is made of cheese and scientist will tell you that it’s really made of a concrete-like substance called regolith, but ask the folks at Corona and they’ll tell you it’s really a lime.
Call it Luna Corona because when the waxing crescent moon hits a certain angle at 15th Street and 9th Avenue in Manhattan, it looks like a slice of lime sitting pretty in a nice cold Corona. If you’re in New York you’ll have your chance to catch it Friday and Saturday.
See how it looked last month in this video.
By Marc Apple