New Moon Tonight. Shooting Stars & Everything!

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This New Moon will be in the sign of Taurus. We are in the Taurus season, and there is going to be plenty of love to go around, swirling in the autumn breeze. The New Moon in Taurus is a bit of a paradox.

Anyway, what is important about a New Moon in general? You know, New Moons are a symbol of new beginnings, as they mark the very first lunar cycle. This is why it is a great time to set intentions, as well as plant some seeds for the future. Despite the shade of Venus in the sign of Scorpio, the goddess of love will ask you to look beneath the cracks and shadows of your current relationships and values.

Tuesday night will be clearest because the moon will be in its waning crescent phase and will not over-illuminate the night sky with light, NASA meteor expert Bill Cooke shared with Space.com. He noted that the best time to gaze up will be before dawn on Wednesday. However, the Lyrids will start being visible at around 10:30 pm on Tuesday. You won’t need any kind of special gear to view the showers, other than your eyes. Cooke added that averagely the shower contains 15-20 meteors per one hour.

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