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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.


Moon Phases & Special Moon Events in 2020 . On this Page: Moon Phases with Significant Moon Events (Times are Eastern) See also the Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse charts page. For more information about what Solar and Lunar eclipses mean, see Lunations.


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.


October 2020 was a doozy, as it brought us a Mercury retrograde period, a rare Halloween full moon, and the chaotic lead-up to Election Day, among other turbulent planetary power struggles.But if ...


September is a month with a lot of variety in the night sky! Come explore the astronomical events of September 2020 with us! Learn more about the Fruit Moon, the ε-Perseid meteor shower, the Conjunction of the Moon and Venus and the Sextantid meteor shower.


The second full moon, or blue moon, will be visible on October 31. It's the first instance of a blue moon in the Americas since March 2018. EMBED More News Videos


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.


This table is a summary of the most important astronomical events of 2020. Moreover, throughout this guide you will find a section detailing the most important events for each month of the year, including the areas where they are visible. Your location on Earth will determine which events you'll be able to photograph and which you won't.


When to See November’s Full Moon. The Beaver Moon reaches peak illumination in the early morning hours of Monday, November 30, at 4:30 A.M. EST.Of course, it will be very close to full the night before, so plan to look for it starting on Sunday, November 29, just after sunset!


This page is part of NASA's Eclipse Web Site. SKYCAL Sky Calendar generates a calendar for a month of year containing hundreds of sky events in local time based on the user's time zone. These events include moon phases, eclipses, solstices, equinoxes, meteor showers and planet oppositions.