November Full Moon 2021: A Beaver Moon

November's full "Beaver Moon" will occur on Nov. 19 and will undergo a partial lunar eclipse, visible from eastern Asia, Australia, the Pacific Ocean, much of North America, South America and northwestern Europe. The Beaver Moon partial lunar eclipse on Nov. 19 will be the longest of the century. The full moon officially occurs at 3:58 a.m. EST (0858 GMT), according to Astropixels.com. For New York City observers, the moon will set about three hours later at 6:58 a.m. local time, per Time … [Read more...]

Celebrate this Winter Solstice! (December 21, 2010)

      A Celebration of Women sends our blessings to all the Women of our World this Winter Solstice of 2010.     December 21, 2010     The Winter Solstice represents an actual astronomical event unlike superstition driven celebrations that occur only in religious imagination. The exact day of the winter solstice marks the end of autumn, just one point along the orbital path of earth. The energy of the sun and the fertile earth, along with the over 4.5 billion winter solstices that have … [Read more...]

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