These two events will be visible early on Monday morning.
Lunar eclipses can only occur during the full moon, but penumbra lunar eclipses are different from total lunar eclipses.
When the moon enters the penumbra or outer shadow of the earth, a penumbral lunar eclipse occurs. This causes the moon to look darker than normal.
During the entire lunar eclipse, the changes are more pronounced, because the entire moon looks dark red.
But don’t worry about trying to determine when the moon enters and leaves the penumbra, even through a telescope.
On November 30, the moon will enter the penumbra at 2:29 AM EST and leave the penumbra at 6:56 AM EST. When the moon is darkest, the peak of the lunar eclipse will be 4:42 am
Unlike a solar eclipse, you do not need special glasses to watch a lunar eclipse.
The moon will also reach its highest point at 4:30 am Eastern Time on November 30. Every month has a name associated with the moon.
In November, this is the beaver full moon. Because of the low temperature in November, it is also called the full frost moon.
Native Americans call them beaver moons because they are associated with beavers who use branches and dirt to build huts to prepare for winter.
Whether you are escaping from the winter shelter or just glimpsing out the window, you should stare at the sky early on Monday morning to catch the last penumbra lunar eclipse of the year.