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Once in a Blue Moon! Did You See the Special Moon Last Night?

 
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My neighbor call last night to tell me about the special Halloween Moon that will not be back until 2039.

Did you see this special moon?



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This is a truly special confluence of spookiness; a Halloween full moon visible for most time zones on Earth hasn't happened since 1944, according to the Farmers' Almanac. It won't happen again until 2039.






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Rare Halloween Blue Hunter’s Moon in 2020

When we think of “All Hallow’s Eve,” many of us conjure up terrifying images of werewolves, goblins, zombies, and other scary things that go “bump” in the night, all lit up by a spooky full Moon. But how common is a Halloween full Moon? Apparently, not very.






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According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, a late-October full moon is often referred to as the “Hunter’s moon,” coming at a time of year when animals would historically be hunted in the months leading up to winter.





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missed it last night but saw it early early morning in the dark off our front porch and caught it on our walk just before moonset.....

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What impressed me the most is the question about whether how many of us will be part of the permaculture in 2039? What will the world be like then and how many will continue the perma culture values and knowledge forward?? Makes moments like that even more special....
 
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It was beautiful rising over lake Michigan.  I took a picture but it does not do it justice.
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Moonrise
Moonrise
 
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