Published on Oct 22, 2018
The Hunter's Moon - like the Harvest Moon - is famous for ushering in dusk-till-dawn moonlight for a few to several nights in a row. Sometimes it is said that the moon turns a deep orange for the Hunter's Moon. This effect sometimes occurs when you glimpse the moon when it is close to the horizon as you are seeing it through the thickness of the Earth's atmosphere. When it gets up into the centre of the sky, it will shine white. A full moon is associated for its size and luminous glow. This takes place when the Earth is directly in the between the sun and the moon. It happens every 29 and a half days. The moon turns precisely full on October 24 at 16 45 Universal Time. https://earthsky.org/?p=289755 https://www.almanac.com/content/full-...