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Post by Dragon Fri Aug 21, 2020 9:53 pm

This year, start looking for September’s full Corn Moon just after sunset on Monday, September 1, as it rises high and reaches its peak illumination at 1:23 A.M. Eastern Time on Tuesday, September 2.

The full Moon that happens nearest to the autumnal equinox (September 22 or 23) always takes on the name “Harvest Moon” instead of a traditional name—a rule that often places the Harvest Moon in the month of September.

However, when September’s full Moon occurs early in the month, the full Moon of early October lands nearest to the autumnal equinox and therefore takes on the Harvest Moon title instead.

That’s the case in 2020, when October will experience two full Moons: one on October 1 (the Harvest Moon) and the other on the 31st (the Hunter’s Moon and a Blue Moon, too)!

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Post by Dragon Fri Aug 21, 2020 9:54 pm



One such name for the September full Moon was the Full Corn Moon because it traditionally corresponded with the time of harvesting corn in what is now the northeastern United States.

It was also called the Barley Moon, as this is the time to harvest and thresh ripened barley.

Other full Moon names for this month include:
“Moon When the Plums Are Scarlet” by the Lakota Sioux.

“Moon When the Deer Paw the Earth” by the Omaha.

“Moon When the Calves Grow Hair” by the Sioux.

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