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Moonwatchers will have a special year in 2020, with 13 full moons to brighten the night sky, including three supermoons, four lunar eclipses and even a blue moon.


Lunar Calendar: October 2020. October 1 st: Full Moon in Aries. October 16: New Moon in Libra. October 31: Full Moon in Taurus. This Moon is called Blue Moon because it’s the second Full Moon in a month. As this is a rare event, there’re some mystic rituals to celebrate the Blue Moon.


International Observe the Moon Night 2020 included 3775 registered events and observers across 104 countries and all seven continents. More › More


When is it happening? According to Travel and Leisure, the eclipse will take place on the evening of Sunday, November 29, 2020 through the early hours of Monday, November 30, 2020.. The site reports that eclipse will begin at 12:32 a.m. MST, culminate at 2:42 a.m. and conclude around 4:53 a.m.


In 2020, however, these will vie with a waxing gibbous Moon. Favorable showers for the year include: -The Lyrids (Apr 22) ZHR=20, Moon 0.5% illuminated, waning crescent.


2020 Calendar of Astronomical Events: January - June : July - December : Date GMT Event (h:m) Jan 02 01:30 Moon at Apogee: 404580 km 03 04:45 FIRST QUARTER MOON 04 09 Quadrantid Meteor Shower 05 08 Earth at Perihelion: 0.98324 AU 07 21:09 Aldebaran 3.0°S of Moon 09 23:29 Moon at Ascending Node 10 15 Mercury at Superior Conjunction 10 19:10 Pen.


Another penumbral lunar eclipse will be visible from North America on November 30, 2020. Known as a “Frosty Moon Eclipse” or the “Beaver Moon Eclipse” because it occurs in November, it ...


Astrological events for 2020, including transits, eclipses, sign ingresses, and lunations (New Moon, Full Moon, First Quarter Moon, Last Quarter Moon). See also the 2020 Astrological Aspects page. **Times are Eastern Standard Time. If you’re interested in more detailed versions that include the Moon or the Moon and the four major asteroids ...


See our 2020 Perseid Meteor Shower Guide. Use the Moon as a Guide! On the 1st, look for the Moon first! You’ll find the Moon dangles just below Jupiter, with Saturn to the left. They’ll stay near each other for several days. On August 8, the Moon appears practically touching Mars, and the two will be near each other for several days.


Dates of Moon Phases in 2020 Year. Below you can find dates and hours of all Moon Phases in 2020. All dates and times are given both in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and America/Los Angeles time. Times are shown in Daylight Savings Time when necessary and in Standard Time in the other cases.