The coincidence of a full moon or a new moon with its closest approach to the Earth on its elliptical orbit is called a ‘Supermoon’. Appearing larger and brighter than usual and on the 9th September it appeared in the sky as an enormous, glowing orb.
This Supermoon is also known as a ‘Harvest Moon’ because it is the full moon closest to Northern Hemisphere’s autumnal equinox on September 22nd. The tradition is that the bright moon helps light the way for farmers bringing in their crops late into the evening.
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Title: Harvest Moon
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