Full moon Christmas 2015: When will be the next Christmas full moon?
Christmas 2015 is all set to witness a full moon for the first time since 1977. There is no denying the fact that it is the rarest of the rare and so there is newfound enthusiasm among.
It will be the first full moon Christmas in as many as 38 years. Reports suggest that the next full moon Christmas will not materialize before the year 2034.
In a statement a NASA official said that full moon will peak at just after six in the morning, Eastern Standard Time. Farmer’s Almanac said the last full moon in the month of December is called the “Cold Moon” or the “Big Moon.” Last time full moon was last seen on Christmas on December 25, 1977 at a time when the Bee Gees were on the radio and Saturday Night Fever was in the theaters. J.R.R. Tolkien was a best-selling author, but none of his books had been adapted into movies yet.
“We were told that on Christmas Eve we would have the largest audience that had ever listened to a human voice,” Borman said in 2008, on the 40th anniversary of the feat. “And the only instructions that we got from NASA was to do something appropriate.” “The first ten verses of Genesis is the foundation of many of the world’s religions, not just the Christian religion,” explained Lovell. “There are more people in other religions than the Christian religion around the world, and so this would be appropriate to that and so that’s how it came to pass.”