The latest celestial event to take place in Britain will be the appearance of the Hunter’s Moon or October Full Moon.
It got its name because it marked the time to prepare to hunt, to prepare for winter.
According to that Almanac websitethe earliest use of the term Hunter’s Moon is thought to date back to 1710.
It will be the first full moon to follow the harvest moon that appeared in the sky earlier this year on September 10th.
🏹 October’s Full Moon, known as the Hunter’s Moon, takes place this Sunday, October 9th at 21:54 CET.
🌕 Other names for the Hunter’s Moon are Voyage, Dying Grass, and Falling Leaves.
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When to see the 2022 Hunter’s Moon in the UK
Corresponding The Telegraph The Hunter’s Moon will culminate in the UK at 21:54 BST.
This will be the last full moon until the beaver moon, which will be visible in early November 2022.
The Telegraph wrote: “A full moon occurs every 29.5 days and occurs when the moon is fully illuminated by the sun’s rays.
“It occurs when the earth is directly aligned between the sun and the moon.”
The names of all full moons are different because they refer to the time when Native Americans used them to keep track of the season and lunar months.
They gave each a nickname, usually referring to an activity or event that was happening in each location at the time.
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