Online publication: Jan. 22, 2016
NORMAN, Okla. – One will have the enjoyment to observe the first full moon of the year at 7:45 p.m. (Central Time) on Jan. 23. Native Americans gave it the nickname of “wolf moon” because the starving wolves were howling during winter time.
The moon called also “Luna” in Latin or “Selene” in Greek has since immemorial times, fascinated humanity. Often associated has a goddess in the mythology, the moon bears names of dozens of divinities through the world.