Final Full Moon of 2020 Peaks Tonight

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The Full Cold Moon peaks tonight at 10:28 p.m and the world is waiting to watch.

The final full moon of the year gets its fitting name as it signifies the start of the coldest months. It also is known as the full moon that is viewable for the longest amount of time, since in December we see the longest stretch of darkness of the year.

The December full moon name is pretty self-explanatory and it’s called the Cold Moon because this is when the weather turns chilly. It’s also called the Long Night Moon because it occurs near the winter solstice, which is the longest night of the year, according to The Old Farmer’s Almanac.

The Almanac suggested looking for the full moon just before sunset at it begins to peek above the horizon. The sun will set on Staten Island at 4:37 p.m. on Tuesday, according to timeanddate.com.

And if you are a Sagittarius your daily horoscope highlighting your day in general, love & romantic magnetism, career & wealth potentials, health and wellness for Sagittarius today. Creativity is yours and strong conversations with your partner are available to you on the 12th. Energy levels improve after the 14th. You sparkle and shine on the 29th & 30th.


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