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November ‘beaver moon’, lunar eclipse to light up sky – New York Post

Look up in the sky early Monday morning, and you’ll see the annual “beaver moon” — November’s full moon, which gets its funny name because it rises when the animals…

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Look up in the sky early Monday morning, and you’ll see the annual “beaver moon” November’s full moon, which gets its funny name because it rises when the animals are busy building winter dams.
But skywatchers will be in for an extra treat this year, because the beaver moon will coincide with a partial lunar eclipse.
The beaver moon will be at its fullest phase on Monday at 4:30 a.m. Eastern time, according to Live Science.
But don’t worry if you miss it — the moon will appear full from Saturday…

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