We spend all our year yammering on about tech, gadgets and such.
So tonight and tomorrow, why don’t you turn it all off, go outside and take a long look at the first full moon on Christmas Day in 40 years (in other words, 1977).
There is nothing digital about that.
Called a Full Cold Moon, NASA said in a post that the rare event won’t happen again until 2034 (when we will presumably be telepathically ordering last-minute items from Amazon). It is rising just about now in the Pacific time zone and peaks about 3 am PT.
Good news for Santa tonight, but bad news for Rudolph.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.