Final ‘Cold Full Moon’ of the Decade to Peak on 12/12
In addition, the ‘cold full moon’ will peak at 12:12 a.m. EST. According to numerologists, the number 12 signifies completion.
The ‘cold full moon’ is also known as the ‘long night moon’ due to how close it peaks to the Winter Solstice. The 2019 Winter Solstice – the longest night of the year – occurs on Sunday, Dec. 22.
According to NASA, this year’s ‘cold full moon’ is a good one for photographers and astronomy enthusiasts.