November’s Full Moon November 28 2012, 0 Comments
The Full Moon this month lands on
November 28th. This full moon also includes a deep penumbral eclipse,
easily visible to the naked eye, appearing as a dusky shading on the northern
half of the Moon.
If you’re lucky enough to be in
Alaska, Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia, and most of Asia, you’re in the right place
see the eclipse. Alas, the show begins after moonset for the Eastern US and
Canada, but those of us on the western side of the continent may be able to catch
part of it. Here’s hoping for clear skies around 9 or 10pm here in the
Thanks, NASA, for this information.