the mooniest Moon...probably not, this time
The most motherly of Moons opposes the sternest and most fatherly of Suns, if it was only just that.
This Full Moon eclipse, the first of 2020, will occur at 20°00’ Cancer (antisicion 10° Gemini), only hours before the Uranus station and two days prior the Saturn-Pluto conjunction in Capricorn and only 2°46’ away from it.
This Lunar Eclipse mirrors the Solar Eclipse at 20° Cancer which occurred in July 2018. Does that ring any bells with anyone?
This Lunar Eclipse will be visible in any location where the Moon is above the [...]