Rare Full Moon

This December, Father Christmas will light up the skies with a full moon. The last time this occurred was in 1977.  It’s also called the full cold moon, because it occurs during the beginning of winter. Remember to watch from the skies of Seattle to New York, this rare event won’t occur again until 2034. The moon officially becomes full at 6:11 a.m.EST.  We’ll be viewing, Jesse Tam on this special event and hope for clear weather to capture the moment.

On December 25, look up at the skies and maybe you’ll get a glimpse of the full moon. The previous full moons in all of the 20th century on Christmas were in: 1901, 1920 and 1977.  That’s a long time to wait, so make sure you look up at the skies.  Don’t miss the chance to see this special event.  A bright full moon will be an added gift for the holidays..  http://jesset28.blogspot.com/


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