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11 Things to Know About This Year’s Harvest Moon – Treehugger

This year’s Harvest Moon rises in all its gorgeous glory on October 1.

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Each year as summer in the Northern Hemisphere slowly slips into autumn, we have the September and October full moons to shine their luminous light on the change of seasons. When the September full moon occurs closer to the autumnal equinox its called the Harvest Moon. But if the October full moon is closer to the date, she takes the title. This year, the October full moon is the Harvest Moon.
All full moons are special, but the Harvest Moon has some unique features that make it a marvelous mus…

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