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The July Full Buck Super Moon Is Coming Tomorrow, Here’s How to See the Brightest Full Moon

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According to Live Science, the full moon that will occur in July 2022 will be referred to as the Buck Moon. On July 13, the moon will be visible in the night sky. It will reach its highest point at 14:38 hours Eastern Daylight Time on Wednesday.

However, that’s not all since the moon will also be shining brightly and seeming full on Tuesday and Thursday nights between the 12th and 14th of July. On these dates, the moon will seem much larger and brighter than it normally does.

The full moon that occurs during the Buck Moon is considered to be a “supermoon,” which indicates that the moon will reach its full phase when it is at its closest point to the Earth.

How To See The Buck Full Moon

As long as the sky remains clear throughout the night, it will be possible to glimpse the Buck Moon. You may examine its craters using the naked eye, a pair of binoculars, or even a small telescope if you want to get a closer look. It will not difficult to see with the naked eye, unless there is inclement weather in your area.

Downloading an application, such as Sky Tonight, that can tell you the precise time and characteristics of the Full Moon in your area is something that you should consider doing as well. You may also get an incredible image of the supermoon with your camera.

If you want to get the clearest picture possible of the moon while using your smartphone to take the photo, set the exposure duration to be between 10 and 30 seconds. This will ensure that you get a clear image of the moon. You can get away with using 20 to 30 seconds even if you’re shooting with a DSLR camera. Make sure that the camera on your smartphone is set to the night mode before you begin shooting.

The Buck Moon Meaning

According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, the antlers of a male deer are at their peak development at this time of year, which is why this full moon is referred to as the Buck Moon. Antlers are shed annually by deer over the winter months, only to be replaced by new ones the following summer, which are larger with each passing year. Additionally, the Buck Moon is the season’s very first full moon after the spring equinox.

According to PopSugar, in the realm of astrology, the Buck Moon encourages us to make changes in our lives and to pay more attention than ever before to what our emotions have to say. The Buck Moon is all about recognizing when it’s appropriate to take things more slowly and savor the present. It serves as a little nudge to keep in mind the things that are really essential in life and to just relax one’s mind, body, and spirit.

Astrologers strongly recommend that people pay attention to it. It has also been said that this month’s full moon is somewhat more convincing than usual since it is the largest and brightest full moon of the whole year.

The Strawberry Moon in June and the Flower Moon in May were the year’s most recent supermoons. The Sturgeon Moon will occur in the next month, reaching its apogee on August 11, which is the year’s very last supermoon.

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