Reuters Toby Melville
Astronomy enthusiasts are preparing to continue the celestial event that will not lose the appearance of a full moon early next week.
The next full moon has other names, including the cold moon, the freezing moon, the winter moon, and others, and the full moon will go to the top on Monday, November 30, in the morning.
Seen from London, for example, the full moon will arrive at GMT around 9.29am.
“The moon will appear full for three days at this time, from Saturday night to Tuesday morning,” said moon expert Gordon Johnston, a NASA official.
It is interesting to observe the full moon, because it will partially pass through the Earth’s shadow, as about 83% of the moon will pass through the Earth’s faintest shadows in what is called a half-eclipse shadow.
Why is a full moon called a beaver moon in November?
There are between 12 and 13 full moons during the year, all of which have unusual names.
Some of these names are related to the time traditions of Native Americans, who called the phases of the full moon after seasonal changes in the landscape.
It is believed that the beaver moon is named after the beavers that begin to prepare for winter at this time of year.
The full moon of November will be close enough to reflect the sun to pass through the Earth’s partial shadow, and at 4:44 a.m. with 83% of the moon’s partial shadow, the semi-paranormal eclipse will reach its peak.
The eclipse of the moon in this eclipse may not be noticeable without special devices, but for spacecraft on the moon, such as the Moon Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), it will be a significant drop in the sun.
According to NASA, the beaver moon will be the last full moon of autumn, and has explained that the Algonquian tribes now known in the northern and eastern United States have called this moon a cold moon because of long, cold nights, but it is indeed the December moon. known as the moon. Especially cold, which will be the last full moon of 2020 to appear on December 29th.