Published: Sat, October 27, 2018
Research | By Jody Lindsey

Full moon moves in the shadow of the Shard in London

Full moon moves in the shadow of the Shard in London

The next full Moon is known as the Beaver Moon and will rise on November 23.

Hunter's Full Moon rising from southeast England via our friend. We can only see the full moon when it is positioned opposite to the sun.

Images from around the world show the Moon glowing eerily in the October night sky, whilst footage from Novotel London Canary Wharf shows a stunning timelapse of the Full Moon.

The October Full Moon, also known as the Hunter's Moon occurs this Wednesday night.

Although this time the name of the full moon is quite unique, it doesn't really appear much different from the other full moons. Later, the names were passed on to colonial Americans, when they reached North America.

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Now, these names are not random, rather there is always a reason behind the names of the full moons.

First quarter: The moon appears half-illuminated from Earth and has travelled about a quarter of the way around Earth since the New Moon, giving it its name. Things changed slightly in 2018, with the Harvest Moon falling on september 24, just a few days after the autumnal equinox.

Even though the glow of the Hunter's Moon will wash away the stars and other celestial bodies in the night sky, you may still catch a glimpse of the Orionid meteor shower, which peaked a few days ago.

It then waxes to a gibbous moon before becoming a full moon. It happens from October 2 to November 7 annually thanks from the debris from Halley's Comet.

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