Full Moon

Full Moon
Full Moon taken 27Aug2007, 90mm f/12 APO and Canon 20Da
Full Moon will occur today at 04:46HST.

A penumbral lunar eclipse will be visible from western North America, across the Pacific to much of Asia. This is a fairly minor eclipse, with the Moon passing through the outer penumbral shadow of the Earth. A careful observer will note the light of the full Moon dimmed. As the Moon will not enter the darker umbral shadow the effects of this eclipse will not be obvious.

Full Moons for 2012
January Jan 9 07:30UT Jan 8 21:30HST
February Feb 7 21:54UT Feb 7 11:54HST
March Mar 8 09:39UT Mar 7 23:39HST
April Apr 6 19:19UT Apr 6 09:19HST
May May 6 03:35UT May 5 17:35HST
June Jun 4 11:11UT Jun 4 01:11HST
July Jul 3 18:52UT Jul 3 08:52HST
August Aug 2 03:27UT Aug 1 17:27HST
  Aug 31 13:58UT Aug 31 03:58HST
September Sep 30 03:19UT Sep 29 17:19HST
October Oct 29 19:50UT Oct 29 09:50HST
November Nov 28 14:46UT Nov 28 04:46HST
December Dec 28 10:21UT Dec 28 00:21HST

Source: NASA Sky Calendar


Author: Andrew

An electrical engineer, amateur astronomer, and diver, living and working on the island of Hawaiʻi.

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