Full Harvest Moon 10 September. Photography and Text by Keith R Wahl

September 11, 2022  •  Leave a Comment

"Truths are first clouds, then rain, then harvest, then food." – Henry Ward Beecher

Full Harvest Moon 10 September

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The Harvest Moon obtains its name from the harvest season in the Northern Hemisphere. There is also an astronomical reason why this Full Moon relates to the harvest. This has to do with the autumnal equinox.

During this time of year in the Northern Hemisphere, we see the closest consecutive moonrises of the year around Full Moon. The successive moonrises coming around the same time of day, it feels like there are several Full Moons in a row.

If you were a farmer needing to get your crop in, the extra moonlight meant that work and harvest into the evening. Hence, the Harvest Moon.

Almanac Data:

Phase: Full Moon 10 September 2022
Illumination: 100%
Moon Age: 14.85 days
Moon Angle: 0.53
Moon Distance: 373,690.57 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 150,614,182.62 km

 

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