September harvest moon: The final supermoon of 2023

September harvest moon: The final supermoon of 2023
The harvest moon’s name has long been tied to when crops need to be picked from the fields.
“In the days before tractors with headlights, having moonlight to work by was crucial to getting the harvest in quickly before rain caused it to rot,” said Alan MacRobert, an editor at Sky & Telescope magazine.
Thursday’s full moon is called the harvest moon because it’s closest to the autumnal equinox, which was Saturday. Farmers and other skywatchers also call September’s full moon the corn moon, signifying end-of-summer harvests.
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