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September 29’s Full Moon Is The Last Supermoon Of The Year

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The early hours of September 29 hosted the fourth and final full moon of the year in all its glory. September’s full moon reached peak illumination around 5:58 a.m. on Friday. 

The moon is 224,854 miles (361,867 kilometers) away from Earth, about 14,046 miles (22,604 kilometers) closer than its average distance. 

But a supermoon is usually closer to the earth and brighter. 

The closest supermoon of the year occurred on August 30, when the moon was just 221,954 miles (357,200 kilometers) away from Earth.

September’s full moon was expected to appear about 5% bigger and 13% brighter than the average full moon, according to NASA.

It is also called the harvest moon because it comes at the beginning of the fall which is also known as the time of gathering. 

Here are the full moons remaining in 2023, according to the Farmers’ Almanac:

● October 28: Hunter’s moon

● November 27: Beaver moon

● December 26: Cold moon

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