Every clear night in the East at sunset and every clear dawn in the West at sunrise you can see our planet's shadow. It is accompanied by a pink band called the "Belt of Venus" and both are quite easy to see if you have a clear view of the horizon.
Be sure to look on October 24th when the Full Hunter's Moon is rising in the East.
|Full Snow Moon Rising out of Earth's Shadow & Belt of Venus|
Taken at sea aboard Azamara Quest
Tasman Strait off the Coast of N. Australia
Take a look for yourself and contemplate the end and/or beginning of the day.
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