Monthly Astronomy for November 2020

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Monthly Astronomy for November 2020. Read more about this month's moon phases, lunar eclipse, and meteor showers at WildHemlock.com!

After the astronomically busy Halloween, November 2020 starts off the colder months with a bang. This month’s full moon gives us a prenumbral lunar eclipse, while Jupiter, Saturn, and the Moon give us a show on the 19th. Even if the weather is cold, hopefully that means clear night skies for stargazing!

Moon Phases for November 2020

Third Quarter MoonNew MoonFirst
Quarter Moon
Full Moon
8th15th21st30th

Eclipses

Penumbral Lunar Eclipse

November 20th

Moon Facts

Apogee:26th
Perigee:14th
Ascending Node:3rd
Descending Node:16th
Moon Name:Beaver Moon

Meteor Showers

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NameDateLocation (Constellation)
South Taurids Meteor Shower5thTaurus
North Taurids Meteor Shower12thTaurus
Leonids17thLeo

Lunar Movements

Conjunction with Venus
Conjunction with Mercury
Conjunction with
Jupiter
12th
13th
19th
Conjunction with SaturnConjunction with Mars
19th25th

Planetary Movements

MercuryMercuryJupiter and Pluto
PerihelionGreatest Western ElongationConjunction
1st10th13th

Thank you for reading my monthly astronomy calendar post! Please take a moment to look at my 2021 Moon Phase Calendars! Detailed Astronomy Calendars are coming soon!

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