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Mike Lynch’s Skywatch: Historic celestial happening in December – TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

This December starts with a full moon in the sky and ends with another full moon. While the first full moon is officially on Nov. 30, for all practical purposes…

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This December starts with a full moon in the sky and ends with another full moon. While the first full moon is officially on Nov. 30, for all practical purposes the night sky will be saturated with virtually full moonlight the first several days of December, pretty much killing serious stargazing. On Dec. 30, we’ll have an official full moon that many early Native American tribes referred to as the “Cold Moon,” which should come as no surprise.
Between these full moons there’s much going on in the…

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