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Frosty moon eclipse visible across the Nambucca Valley tonight – Nambucca Guardian News

November’s full moon is called a ‘Frosty Moon’ or ‘Beaver Moon’ and is a key component of the eclipse.

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If you’re out and about around the Nambucca Valley tonight, be sure to take a few seconds to look up and see the last Penumbral Lunar Eclipse of 2020.
On November 29 and 30, the earth’s faint outer shadow will move across the moon, producing a deep penumbral lunar eclipse, about 82 per cent of the moon’s face will turn a shade darker during the maximum phase.
November’s full moon is called a ‘Frosty Moon’ or ‘Beaver Moon’ and is a key component of the eclipse, lunar eclipses can only occur at a…

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