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2020: From "Super" Moon to "Mini" Moon and back, a year of full Moons

14 Jan 2020, 11:32 UTC
2020: From "Super" Moon to "Mini" Moon and back, a year of full Moons
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Full Moon January 11, 0:500 AEDSTPenumbral eclipseFull Moon February 09 18:33,perigee + 36h (Feb 11). Minimum libration -2hFull Moon March 10 04:48 AEDST, Perigee +12h March 10. Minimum libration.Full Moon April 08 12:35, perigee April 08 + 8hFull Moon May 07 20:45, perigee April 06 -19hMinimum libration. Full Moon June 06 05:00,Penumbral eclipse 05:25Full Moon July 05 15:00. Full Moon August 04 02:00. Full Moon September 02 15:00. Maximum Libration +11 hFull Moon October 2 07:00, Full Moon October 31 (WA only, Blue Moon for WA 23:00 AWST) (apogee 05:47 AEDST)Full Moon November 1 02:00, apogee -20h. Minimum libration +27hFull Moon November 30 21:00Blue Moon, all states except WAPenumbral eclipse Eastern states 19:43Minimum libration Full Moon December 30 14:00Full Moon 2021 January 30 06:19 A year of full Moons showing the variation in size as the moons move from perigee to apogee. All the moons are shown on the day and time they are full (unless they are below the horizon, in which caase the size at astronomical twilight is shown), and although this is not the optimal time for size comparisons, you can clearly see the size difference over the year (compare April 8 to October 31) the original ...

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