Christmas Full Moon. Waking up early on Christmas morning? Then check out the pretty full moon that officially reaches full phase at 6:11 a.m. ET.
This will be the first full moon timed with Christmas since 1977, and won’t happen again until 2034. But if you aren’t an early bird then you can catch the silver orb rising around sunset in the east the night before and at its highest point in the southern sky around midnight. You can find it rising in the east around sunset and peaking high in the south close to midnight. So it looks like Santa will have a bright lunar glow this year to help him get around.
With this in mind Santa knows how well you have taken care of your yard, arranged for Snow removal, and if you have planned for your services for next year.
Don’t get put on the NAUGHTY LIST get planning today.