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HARVEST MOON: Tonight's full Moon has a special name--the Harvest Moon. It's the full moon closest to the northern autumnal equinox (Sept. 22). In years past, farmers depended on the light of the Harvest Moon to gather ripening crops late into the night. Electric lights have since replaced it, but the Moon could still do the job if called upon:
Originally posted by SelenesDemise
Enjoy it while you can!!!!
I'm just stoked about the "Blowing up the Moon" party this Friday...
5 more days...!!!
A Nasa spacecraft will deliberately crash into the Moon next week on a mission that could enhance the prospects of establishing a manned lunar base.
Originally posted by Cloudsinthesky
Has anyone notice other than me and a few others how clear our skies have been over the past week..............uuuhhhh no trails..........I will leave it at that!!