Why is the moon’s first full moon on Thursday, December 6?

If you follow astrology and you’re interested in knowing the date and times when the moon will appear on the celestial sphere, here are some handy dates to get you started.

But before you get too excited, bear in mind that it is possible that you will not be able to see the full moon with the naked eye, or even with a telescope.

The moon will be partially visible during the first half of December and will not rise until the first week of January, according to the International Astronomical Union (IAU).

This means you will need to get a clear sky, at least 90 degrees, and a clear moon for a full moon to appear on your chart.

The full moon will begin to appear around 6 p.m. local time (22:00 GMT) on Thursday night, Dec. 6, and will be visible for about 24 hours after sunset.

If you are looking at the moon from a dark location, you may need to adjust your viewing conditions in order to see it from the dark side.

The first full moons of the year are the last ones to occur in December.

That’s because the moon takes more than seven days to complete its orbit around Earth.