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⚪ Full Moon “SUPERMOON” 9:24 pm
⚪ Full Moon “SUPERMOON”
Jan 1 @ 9:24 pm – 9:24 pm
This full moon was known by early Native American tribes as the Full Wolf Moon because this was the time of year when hungry wolf packs howled outside their camps. Supermoons may appear a little bigger and brighter than usual,
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Quadrantids Meteor Shower
Quadrantids Meteor Shower
Jan 3 – Jan 4 all-day
The Quadrantids meteor shower can yield as many as 40 meteors per hour, radiating from the constellation Bootes. It peaks this year on the night of the 3rd and morning of the 4th. Bummer though: this will occur during a
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HAPPY NEW YEAR! 10:00 am
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Jan 5 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Well, happy new year 5 days late. This note is from Canton, the fellow who maintains the astronomical events calendar on your phone/computer/brain implant. I’ve just added all the meteor showers and grand celestial events for 2018. There might be
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⚫ New Moon 9:17 pm
⚫ New Moon
Jan 16 @ 9:17 pm – 9:17 pm
 
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Blue Moon (modern)
Blue Moon (modern)
Jan 31 all-day
Second full moon in a month.
Total Lunar Eclipse 6:48 am
Total Lunar Eclipse
Jan 31 @ 6:48 am – 10:12 am
This eclipse should be visible for most of western North America, eastern Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Ocean
⚪ Full Moon 8:27 am
⚪ Full Moon
Jan 31 @ 8:27 am – 8:27 am