Harvest Moon 2022: Know how and when to see the Harvest Moon tonight
The full moon in September is commonly called the harvest moon.
The Harvest Moon, one of the most popular full moons we see each year, will occur on Saturday, even though it's not a supermoon this year.
This Harvest moon is neither exceptional nor unusual. In fact, after four straight supermoons dating back to May, this is probably the least interesting full moon we've seen in months.
The Harvest Moon, which historically marks the end of summer in the Northern Hemisphere, is known by one of the least mysterious monikers of the full moon.
According to NASA, the name is of European origin and has been used there since at least 1706.
The harvest is usually marked by the full moon in September, but the full moon occurs closest to the autumnal equinox, which this year is September 22.
This full moon was also referred to in Europe as the fruit moon or the barley moon, names that again link it to the periodic autumn harvest in the Northern Hemisphere.
For the same reason, the Algonquin tribes of America also refer to it as the "corn moon".
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