Lunar eclipses occur only at a full moon and often cause a reddish hue on the near side of the Moon. The time interval between a full or new moon and the next repetition of the same phase, a synodic month , averages about Lunar eclipses happen only when the full moon occurs around either node of its orbit ascending or descending. The date of the Jewish Rosh Hashana and Sukkot festivals along with all other Jewish holidays are dependent on the dates of the new moons. Main article: Lunar calendar. In the modern system of "traditional" full moon names tied to the solstice and equinox points, a supernumerary full moon in such a period is called a blue moon.
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