Thank-you a million times for the wonderful time we had in Cornwall! We enjoyed our stay very, very much - it couldn't have been better! Hunters Moon is absolutely beautiful and has everything you could ever wish for. Thank you for making available this stunning retreat.
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We are sure to return. This is a truly beautiful retreat - the word base comes no where near to the incredible detail at Hunters Moon. It was a perfect place to unwind - the tub it a must! Extremely beautiful location and views and property luxurious and comfortable. We all throughly enjoyed our stay. Wonderful property and location. Delightful, helpful and informative host.
Very well equipped property.
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The property was excellent, just what we were looking for. We had a great stay, thoroughly enjoyed it. It was the perfect place for our honeymoon!
This place is stunning! You had thought of everything and made it such a pleasure to stay. We love the views framed by the windows and enjoyed relaxing in the hot tub with a bottle of bubbly, a perfect week.
Gems website attractive and very informative. Communications throughout were efficient. Property portfolio was very attractive but Hunters Moon was exceptional. The hot tub is amazing! Hunters Moon is a beautiful place to stay whilst visiting Cornwall. With luxury features in every conceivable way, we could ask for no more. Our stay at Hunters Moon was perfect. I have no complaints or negative comments at all. Anyone fortunate enough to stay here will thoroughly enjoy their stay just as we did. The owner was friendly and made us feel very welcome!
Everything you could possibly need for a self catering holiday was available. The hot tub was well maintained and perfectly situated behind a wall so you could never feel overlooked. Everything was presented beautifully and i was sad to leave after a wonderful luxury escape!
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Thank you! As for other celestial events between now and the full Moon after next:. In early autumn the daily periods of sunlight continue to shorten. For Washington, DC, on the day of the full Moon, Thursday, October 13, , the period of daylight will last 11 hours, 17 minutes, 40 seconds. For Washington, DC, and similar latitudes in the USA at least , the mornings from Friday, October 25, to Saturday, November 2, , will be the darkest mornings of the year, with the latest sunrise times.
If you notice you have a lot of trouble waking up in the morning in late October and early November, this might be the reason and even if it is not, it provides a plausible excuse for sleeping in By the day of the full Moon after next, morning twilight will begin at AM, sunrise will be at AM, the Sun will reach a maximum altitude of On the evening of the full Moon on October 13, , as evening twilight ends, the brightest planet in the sky will be Jupiter, appearing in the southwest at about 19 degrees above the horizon.
The bright planet Saturn will appear in the south-southwest at about 28 degrees above the horizon. The Summer Triangle will appear directly overhead with the bright star Vega to the west-northwest at 76 degrees above the horizon, Deneb to the northeast at 79 degrees above the horizon, and Altair to the south at 60 degrees above the horizon.
The bright planet Venus and the planet Mercury will have already set in the west-southwest. Over the following evenings Jupiter, Saturn, and the background of stars will all appear to shift west towards Sun, while Venus will appear to shift away from the Sun, and Mercury will begin by shifting away from the Sun, then turn around and shift back towards the Sun. For the Washington, DC area and similar latitudes , Tuesday, October 22, , will be when Mercury will appear highest above the horizon in the west-southwest at 30 minutes after sunset a little less than 4 degrees above the horizon.
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Halloween will be when Venus will begin to be above the horizon in the west-southwest at the time evening twilight ends. By the evening of the full Moon after next, on November 12, , bright Venus will appear about 2 degrees above the horizon in the west-southwest. Second in brightness, Jupiter will appear in the southwest at about 10 degrees above the horizon. Saturn will appear in the south-southwest at about 22 degrees above the horizon. The bright star nearly directly overhead at 81 degrees above the northwestern horizon will be Deneb. On the morning of the full Moon on October 13, , as morning twilight begins, the planet Mars will appear in the east at about 2 degrees above the horizon.
The bright stars of of the local arm of our home galaxy, including the constellation Orion, will appear spread across the sky from the south-southeast towards the north-northwest. The planet Mars and the background of stars will appear to shift to the west as the month progresses caused by the Earth moving to the east in its orbit around the Sun.
In early November, the bright star Spica will begin to appear near Mars and the pair will appear at their closest around November 10 and 11, By the morning of the full Moon on November 12, , as morning twilight begins, the planet Mars will appear about 11 degrees above the horizon in the east-southeast, with the bright star Spica appearing to the right of Mars. There will be several small meteor showers during this lunar cycle, with the most notable being the Orionids, which under better conditions could produce 10 to 20 visible meteors per hour when it peaks early in the morning of Tuesday, October 22, This year, moonlight will interfere with viewing the Orionids, and for urban sky watchers, interference from city lights makes seeing these meteors unlikely.
The best time to look for meteors is after midnight but before the sky begins to lighten with dawn. Even though they are not usually visible, I include in these Moon missives information about Near Earth Objects mostly asteroids that may pass the Earth within 10 lunar distances, because I find it interesting that we have discovered so many. A few other, more minor meteor showers are also active during this period, each only producing a few meteors per hour, but if you are in a place where the skies are dark and clear, and it is after midnight but before the sky starts to lighten with dawn, you might just catch a stray meteor or two.
On the evening of the full Moon on October 24, , at about 30 minutes after sunset around PM EDT for the Washington, DC area , the brightest planet visible, Jupiter, will appear in the west-southwest at about 7 degrees above the horizon, with the third brightest planet visible, Mercury, to the lower right about 3 degrees above the horizon.
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The second-most bright planet visible, Mars, will appear in the south-southeast about 31 degrees above the horizon, and the planet Saturn will appear between Mars and Jupiter in the southwest at about 22 degrees above the horizon. The bright star nearly directly overhead will be Deneb, one of the three stars in the "Summer Triangle" made up of Vega, the brightest star in the constellation Lyra the Harp; Deneb, the brightest star in the constellation Cygnus the Swan; and Altair, the brightest star in the constellation Aquila the Eagle.
As the month progresses, the background of stars, along with the planets Jupiter and Saturn, will appear to shift towards the west, while Mars will appear to hover in the south-southeast and Mercury appears to shift away from the Sun in the west-southwest. For a brief period from November 6 to 12, , Mercury will hover just on the horizon at the time evening twilight ends for the Washington, DC area and similar latitudes.
By the evening of the full Moon on November 23, , Mercury and Saturn will be lost in the glow of the Sun. As evening twilight ends at PM EST for the Washington, DC area , the brightest planet visible will be Mars, appearing about 40 degrees above the horizon in the south. The planet Saturn will appear about 12 degrees above the horizon in the southwest.
The bright stars of the Summer Triangle will appear a little west of directly overhead. On the morning of full Moon on October 24, , as morning twilight begins at AM EDT for the Washington, DC area , the bright stars of the local arm of our home galaxy will appear spread across the southwestern sky, with the brightest star, Sirius, shining about 33 degrees above the southern horizon. Over subsequent dawns the bright stars of the local arm will appear to shift towards the western horizon. After about November 1, , the brightest of the planets, Venus, will begin to emerge from the glow of dawn in the east-southeast, about 30 minutes before sunrise, having passed between the Earth and the Sun on October 26, By November 4, , Venus will be above the horizon at the time morning twilight begins.
When Venus appears in the morning we call it the Morning Star. With a backyard telescope Venus will appear as a crescent planet.
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By the morning of the full Moon on November 23, , as morning twilight begins, Venus will appear about 20 degrees above the horizon in the east-southeast, and the bright stars of the local arm of our home galaxy will appear spread along the horizon in the west-southwest. Even though they usually are not visible, I include in these Moon missives information about Near Earth Objects mostly asteroids that pass near the Earth, because I find it interesting that we have discovered so many.
On Wednesday evening, October 18, , the bright planet Mars will appear to the left of the waxing gibbous Moon.