Look up Thursday night to see the “Full Beaver Moon.”

 November 6, 2014 … the full moon will stay up all night and sleep in all day tomorrow, like a college student on vacation. From sundown on this night to sunup on November 7, the moon will follow the path of the early May sun across the sky tonight.

Watch it rise in the east around sunset on November 6 and set in the west around sunrise the next morning. At midnight, when the sun lurks beneath our feet, the moon will assume the position of the noonday sun in early May. For us in the Northern Hemisphere, this November full moon is sometimes called the Frosty Moon or Beaver Moon.

In the Southern Hemisphere, where it’s now spring, the November full moon could be called the Flower Moon. All full moons rise around sunset and set around sunrise. Tonight’s November full moon – like the full moon at any season – shines from dusk until dawn, and climbs to its highest point in the sky around midnight.

So on this November 6, 2014 night, the full moon shines from dusk until dawn … unless you live north of the Arctic Circle. That far north, the moon simulates the midnight sun, staying out for 24 hours around the clock.

Bottom line: Full moon is November 6, 2014. Although moon can be seen from anywhere worldwide on this night – except southern Antarctica – its path in the sky varies, depending on where you live. Enjoy the all-night appearance of the full moon tonight, as it mimics the path of the early May sun across your sky! (Source)

VIDEO November 6

Native American Names for November Full Moon

Itartoryuk Moon (Inuit).
Tree Moon (Neo-Pagan).
Poverty Moon (Mohawk).
Trading Moon (Cherokee).
Geese Going Moon (Kiowa).
Falling Leaves moon (Sioux).
Fledgling Raptor Moon (Hopi).

Deer Ruting Moon (Cheyenne).
Freezing River Moon(Arapaho).
Snow Moon (Mediaeval English).
Mourning Moon : Full, Dead : Dark (Janic).
Corn Harvest Moon (Taos Native American).
Snowy Morning Mountains Moon (Wishram).
All Gathered Moon (San Juan Native American).
Beaver Moon, Frosty Moon (Algonquin Native American/Colonia).
Other moon names : Fog Moon, Deer Antler Shedding moon, Oak moon, Mad moon, Storm moon, Dark moon.

 VIDEO November 6

Responses to "‘Full Beaver Moon’ To Shine In Thursday’s Night Sky (VIDEO)"

  1. Grandmother Moon is my beloved light of the night.

  2. John S. says:

    gotta love the full beaver moon

  3. Janey B. says:

    The moon was exceptionally beautiful on 11-6-14 in ABQ , New Mexico....and now I know why!! I've been energized all day !!

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