The hunter's moon resulted in some great shots this Sunday, October 9
Author: Clark Tos
Discover the most beautiful photos of the full hunter's moon, which lit up the celestial vault on October 9.
If you had your eyes fixed on the sky in the night from Saturday to Sunday, the Moon certainly looked fatter and more dazzling than ever.
And for good reason, our satellite was adorned with its most beautiful clothes of light for the October full moon - or hunter's moon - which traditionally heralds the onset of severe cold weather.
The hunter's moon immortalized around the world
On this occasion, many curious people immortalized this fantastic spectacle, which gave very beautiful shots, as you can see below.
Sunday October 9, 2022:— BDF????????? ?? ???? (@BDF39620374) October 8, 2022
Full Hunter's Moon and also known as the 'Blood Moon' pic.twitter.com/dKEqI02pFC
'WHEN MOON RISES, IT'S YOUR TIME'— Be An INQUIRER (@BeAnINQUIRER) October 10, 2022
LOOK: Stargazers and photographers captured the picturesque appearance of October's full moon, also known as 'Hunter's Moon,' as it gracefully illuminated the night sky in different parts of the world.
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Full (mostly) Hunter's Moon 2022 pic.twitter.com/R68qDyUQyz— Arlo Guthrie (@folkslinger) October 11, 2022
Others, however, like this Twitter user, were a little less lucky due to somewhat capricious clouds.
The hunter's moon is shy pic.twitter.com/N9pwxzFgPE— Jerome Voumard (@JeromeVoumard) October 9, 2022
As is customary each year when this event occurs, many photos showing this full moon above cities and other monuments have also been shared on social networks.
October’s Full Moon, known as Hunter’s Moon, takes place this Sunday 9 October at 9:54pm BST.— Tower Bridge (@TowerBridge) October 9, 2022
Other names for the Hunter’s Moon include ‘Travel’, ‘Dying Grass’ and ‘Falling Leaves’ Moon.
Yes!!!! Insane view of the Hunter’s Full Moon rising over the Sherman Minton Bridge last night as viewed toward #Louisville ! Duke Marsh never ceases to amazing with his captures! pic.twitter.com/gvi86CHcq8— Marc Weinberg (@MarcWeinbergWX) October 11, 2022
Chance of the calendar, the launch of a Falcon 9 from the company SpaceX took place almost at the same time (October 8 in the evening at 23:06 GMT editor's note). A coincidence that made it possible to witness a breathtaking scene, when the machine passed just in front of the star.
A certain Michael Seeley captured this unique moment, giving us a very impressive video that he shared on Twitter.
Real-time sequence showing the #SpaceX #Falcon9 rocket passing in front of the nearly full #HuntersMoon , seen from Titusville, Florida.— Michael Seeley (@Mike_Seeley) October 9, 2022
The rocket was carrying the @INTELSAT G33/G34 payload to orbit.
It. Was. Amazing! pic.twitter.com/Ly2zwufMc6
Trevor Mahlmann, photographer specializing in rocket photos, also immortalized this magical moment and his shot is absolutely perfect.
Captured Falcon 9 with Intelsat Galaxy 33 & 34 transiting the full Hunter’s Moon tonight from the waters of Florida’s Indian River pic.twitter.com/D5FeKMS26N— Trevor Mahlmann (@TrevorMahlmann) October 8, 2022
Finally, note that the next full moon will rise on November 8 and the last of the year, which is called the 'Cold Moon', will occur on December 7.