Last One of the Year (updated)

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The last Full Moon of 2012 gave the Sheridan area a brief glimpse as it rose at 4:30 pm Thursday and then disappeared. Perhaps if the cloud cover permits it will reappear later in the evening. The last full moon of 2012 actually occurs at 3:21 am (our time) Friday morning - when the moon is exactly opposite the sun but it will look full for a couple of days on either side of that time. This full moon is also called Winter Moon and Oak Moon.

The last Full Moon of 2012 gave the Sheridan area a brief glimpse as it rose at 4:30 pm Thursday and then disappeared. Perhaps if the cloud cover permits it will reappear later in the evening.
The last Full Moon of 2012 gave the Sheridan area a brief glimpse as it rose at 4:30 pm Thursday and then disappeared. Perhaps if the cloud cover permits it will reappear later in the evening.
The moon 25-hours later at 5:30 pm December 28, 2012 as it just fully cleared the horizon
The moon 25-hours later at 5:30 pm December 28, 2012 as it just fully cleared the horizon