The hunters moon will take place tonight and will treat stargazers to a spectacular look at the moon.
Not sure what a hunters moon is?. Here’s everything you need to know.
The hunters moon is tonight and will start to appear at around 6:15pm.
Anywhere, just look up, but if you are taking pictures then heading away from light pollution may give you a better shot.
Rural areas or coastal areas can sometimes give stunning views of the moon.
What is it?
A Hunter’s Moon is the next full moon after the Harvest Moon, which is the full moon nearest the autumn equinox.
To put it simply it is just a full moon, but it can often look red or orange, because it’s near the sunset.
Stand by for pictures of the full #HuntersMoon🌕 tomorrow. It rises at 6.15pm this evening and many of us will have good clear spells to see it.
— Simon King (@SimonOKing) October 24, 2018
Merseyside is expected to be mostly cloudy tonight, so it may be difficult to catch a glimpse of the moon.
However, you may be lucky enough to catch it during a break in the clouds.
The Met Office say: “Skies will stay cloudy tonight and the breeze should keep temperatures up too.
“Some patchy drizzle is possible but many places will stay dry.”
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