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What to Expect From the Moon on January 29, 2018

by Trevor E Holewinski

On January 29th, the full moon in Leo will rise in Australia’s sky at 6:16 am AEDT. This Full Moon in Leo is all about drama, so prepare for a night filled with melodrama. Famous for its charisma, charismatic leadership, and loyalty, Leos also have a flair for the dramatic. However, these characteristics can also be debilitating.

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If you’re wondering what to expect from the moon on January 29, it’s a blue moon. A blue moon is a full moon that is nearly full, and this one is in the middle of a waxing phase. In the summertime, the Moon will be in its Full, or Blue Moon, phase. In North America, this Full Moon will happen in the early morning hours of July. While this Moon isn’t the full moon, it is a supermoon and will undergo a total eclipse. This Full and Blue Moon are near the bright stars Castor and Pollux, which are found in the constellation Gemini, the Twins.

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On January 29, 2018, the Moon is not a full moon. A full moon is when the moon is directly opposite the sun. The full moon on January 31 will be in the morning hours of North America. The January 29th Full Moon is a Blue Moon and a supermoon. This Full Moon in January is in a starry constellation, Gemini the Twins. It is close to the bright stars Castor and Pollux in Gemini the Twins.

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This January’s Full Moon is not a “blue” moon. It is considered a partial solar and lunar eclipse. A total solar eclipse will occur on July 11th. While the February 2019 Full Moon is in the constellation of Capricornus, the January 2018 Supermoon is near the star Castor and Pollux. In addition, the February New Moon in Leo is also a Blue Moon.

Among the astrological events in January, the full moon on January 29 is not a blue moon. In North America, the January 31 Full Moon will be visible during the morning hours. The supermoon will have a total solar eclipse. Despite the fact that the January 29 2018 Full Moon will be a Blue Moon, it will not be a supermoon. It will not be in the constellation of Gemini.

The full moon on January 29 will be the first in a row in North America. It will be in the early morning of the next day in North America. It is also a Supermoon and a Blue Moon. Interestingly, the January 29 2018 Full Moon will be a total solar eclipse! You will be able to see this supermoon from the north and south of Scotland. In addition, you can catch a glimpse of the twins of Gemini in the northern skies on that day.