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September 4, 2020 4:41 am  #1


My favorite subject: the moon!

Even though we're already into September of 2020 I decided to post this anyway.  It's interesting.  Some of the full moons have been kinda renamed, sorta.

https://www.farmersalmanac.com/full-moon-dates-and-times


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September 4, 2020 6:35 am  #2


Re: My favorite subject: the moon!

(Can you tell I'm getting sick and tired to death of the constant barrage of news stories about corona virus and all the lies we've been told?  Well, I am. SICK AND TIRED OF IT ALL.  So today I'm taking a bit of a break and looking at some other interesting facts having to do with LIVING our lives, not FEARING LIVING our lives.  I suggest it for everyone at least 3 days per week.)

We will have a Halloween full moon / Supermoon this year (2020).  This doesn't happen again for some time to come.

Keep reading if you love astronomy facts having to do with the moon!

https://www.farmersalmanac.com/blue-moon-supermoon-2020-104546?vgo_ee=kFh6vU5UQi%2FR3kcmACRXLU87ds4XICbVrvV4Rb2%2FVOg%3D

QUOTE FROM ARTICLE:

"When’s The Next Halloween Full Moon?

According to astronomers, we will all see a 100%-illuminated Halloween full Moon (after 2020) in the years  2039, 2058, 2077, and 2096 (note the 19-year pattern). The good news is that even if the Moon is a day or two away from 100% full on any particular Halloween, it can still serve the purpose for a spooky backdrop since most people can’t tell the difference between a 98% illuminated Moon and a 100% “full” Moon . . . "


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