Full Moon falling on the 15th at 11:52 pm (EST). January’s Full Moon is popularly known as the Moon After Yule, the Old Moon, or the Wolf Moon. I particularly like the latter name as it conjures images of wolf packs patrolling the frozen ground by its pale light reflected off the snow. Look for Luna near the Pleiades star cluster on the evenings of the 10th and 11th. On the 11 she is also just four degrees northwest of the bright star Aldebaran in the constellation of Taurus, the Bull. On the 14th she’s five degrees south of bright Jupiter.