In November, the Full Moon coincides with another astronomical phenomenon – a lunar eclipse. Could this somehow affect us and why is the moon called Bobrova? Read on Joy-pup this and other information about the Full Moon in November 2021.
What date is the Full Moon in November
In the sky, the full moon will rise on November 19 at 12:00 in the zodiac sign Taurus. 100% visibility of the celestial body will occur on the 15th lunar day. The moon will rise at 4:15 pm and sunset at 08:06.
The Full Moon is an energetically very powerful day, and the Moon in Taurus is the most harmonious astrological combination. This period is suitable for solving problems related to finance, real estate and other property issues.
Full Moon and New Moon in November
The phases of the moon affect a person in different ways – his health, emotions, mood. The Full Moon and New Moon are the most important lunar days of the month. In 2021, the last Autumn New Moon will come on November 5 at 00:15. This event will take place on the 1st lunar day, in the zodiacal sign of Scorpio. On this day, you should plan business and new beginnings, because the new Moon gives an impulse to accomplish your plans.
Lunar Eclipse Nov 19, 2021
In any eclipse, one celestial body partially or completely obscures the light from another celestial body. In 2021 there will be 4 eclipses – 2 solar and 2 lunar. The lunar eclipse on November 19, 2021 begins the second corridor of eclipses. It will be partial, it will take place at 12:02 in the Taurus zodiac sign and will last 198 minutes. It can be seen by residents of the countries of Southeast Asia, South and North America, Kamchatka, Chukotka, the Far East, Australia. The next and last eclipse will take place on December 4, 2021.
Alternative names for November Full Moon
Different cultures have given names to the Full Moons according to the lunar calendar. Many of the names for the moon come from Native American culture. For their way of life, the cycles of the lunar phases were as important a method of timekeeping as the solar cycle of the year.
The Full Moon in November is often referred to as Beaver in parts of North America. This name is associated with the period when beavers begin to take refuge in their huts after they have accumulated enough food for the winter. In the days of the fur trade, this was the season for catching beavers for skins.
Various indigenous peoples of North America gave their names to the Beaver Moon:
- Mad, etc.