According to NASA, the full moon this weekend will not only be a “blue moon” (this is our second full moon in the calendar month), but it will also be a “micro moon.” what is that? It can be considered that this is the opposite of those “super moons” that we have become accustomed to recently.
The full moon this Saturday is also rare, because it is the first time it has risen on Halloween in 76 years. According to the “Old Farmer̵
The next time all time zones in the United States will be the full moon of 2039, so please don’t miss the opportunity.
When the moon is officially full on Saturday, it will start on Thursday night and continue until Sunday. So this will feel like a full moon weekend.
This will also be a complete Hunter’s Month. Gordon Johnston explained the name of the moon in his latest NASA blog.
He said: “According to the farmer’s yearbook, the leaves fell and the deer became fat. This is the time for hunting.” The fox). The word “hunter’s moon” first quoted in the Oxford English Dictionary comes from 1710.”
What about the “Weiyue” label? Johnston said: “Because the full moon occurs near the farthest place from the earth (apogee), this is a miniature moon (as opposed to a “super moon”).”
He said that other names for this moon are Beaver Moon, Frost or Frost Moon and Snow Moon.
There will be a full moon, three planets and bright stars on October 31
Johnston said that in addition to this “full blue moon” event, there will be other services for stargazers. Look up and see if you can find these:
- As twilight ends on Saturday night, Jupiter will appear as a bright spot in the south-southwest sky. Saturn will be in its upper left corner and Mars will be visible in the east/southeast.
- Deneb is one of three bright stars in the “Summer Triangle”. The other stars in the triangle are Vega to the west and Altair to the south-southwest. “
Folklore says that busy squirrels and thick-skinned onions herald the cold in winter.