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This month's moon phases and calculator for any day since 1951 StarDate Online

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As the Sun sets, the Moon rises with the side that faces Earth fully exposed to sunlight (5). You can create a mockup of the relationship between Sun, Earth, and Moon using a bright lamp, a basketball, and a baseball. The full Moon that occurs closest to the autumnal equinox is commonly referred to as the "Harvest Moon," since its bright presence in the night sky allows farmers to work longer into the fall night, reaping the rewards of their spring and summer labors.

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This month's moon phases and calculator for any day since 1951 StarDate Online
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In other words, the Moon is between Earth and Sun. At first quarter, the half-lit Moon is highest in the sky at sunset, then sets about six hours later (3). At full Moon, the Moon is behind Earth in space with respect to the Sun. As the Sun sets, the Moon rises with the side that faces Earth fully exposed to sunlight (5).The Moon has phases because it orbits Earth, which causes the portion we see illuminated to change. The Moon takes twenty-seven point three days to orbit Earth, but the lunar phase cycle (from new Moon to new Moon) is twenty-nine point five days. The Moon spends the extra 2.2 days "catching up" because Earth travels about 45 million miles around the Sun during the time the Moon completes one orbit around Earth. At the new Moon phase, the Moon is so close to the Sun in the sky that none of the side facing Earth is illuminated (position one in illustration). In other words, the Moon is between Earth and Sun. At first quarter, the half-lit Moon is highest in the sky at sunset, then sets about six hours later (3). At full Moon, the Moon is behind Earth in space with respect to the Sun. As the Sun sets, the Moon rises with the side that faces Earth fully exposed to sunlight (5). You can create a mockup of the relationship between Sun, Earth, and Moon using a bright lamp, a basketball, and a baseball. Mark a spot on the basketball, which represents you as an observer on Earth, then play with various alignments of Earth and Moon in the light of your imaginary Sun. When is the Harvest Moon? The full Moon that occurs closest to the autumnal equinox is commonly referred to as the "Harvest Moon," since its bright presence in the night sky allows farmers to work longer into the fall night, reaping the rewards of their spring and summer labors. Because the equinox always falls in late September, it is generally a full Moon in September which is given this name, although in some years the full Moon of early October earns the "harvest" designation. In fact, each full Moon of the year has its own name, most of which are associated with the weather or agriculture. The most common names used in North America include: January -- Moon after Yule February -- Snow Moon March -- Sap Moon April -- Grass Moon May -- Planting Moon June -- Honey Moon July -- Thunder Moon August -- Grain Moon September -- Fruit Moon (or Harvest Moon) October -- Hunter's Moon (or Harvest Moon) November -- Frosty Moon December -- Moon before Yule What is a Blue Moon and when is the next one? Because the time between two full Moons doesn't quite equal a whole month, approximately every three years there are two full Moons in one calendar month.

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