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Friday, 12 August 2022

Last Super moon of the 2022 to the rise tonight: Here is why it is named after to a fish.

Last Super moon of the 2022 to the rise tonight: Here is why it is named after to a fish.

A Super moon are occurs when the Full Moon coincides with in the Moon’s closest approach to the Earth in its elliptical orbit.


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A super moon are occurs when the Full Moon coincides with in the Moon’s closest approach to the  Earth.

The August 11 full moon will be  called a Sturgeon Moon

The unique celestial development is also a called in the Corn Moon

While humans continue to look up to the Moon, to a celestial view is set to dazzle as the last super moon of the year takes to the skies. Named after in the largest fish found in a North America, in the Sturgeon Moon will be rise tonight and appear bigger than usual as it comes closer to the planet.

The super moon will be a visible on August 11 and will be appear through in the night. The event will be  coincide with the annual Perseid meteor shower.

What is a Super moon?

A super moon are occurs when the Full Moon coincides with in the Moon’s closest approach to the Earth in its elliptical orbit. This position is called a perigee and in its 27-day orbit around Earth, in the Moon is at the closest distance to the Earth at the 3,63,711 kilometers. In this phase, in the Moon appears larger and brighter than a usual.


The August 11 super moon will be in  the last of the year and the next Super Full Moon will be only be a visible to a year later on August 1, 2023. Similar to the 2022, four Super moons will be take to the skies in a 2023 as well, followed by a four more in a 2024 and three in a 2025.

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Why is it called a Sturgeon Moon?

The August 11 full moon will be called a Sturgeon Moon after the largest fish found in the US. It is at this time of the year that this species of the fish is found in most numbers in the Great Lakes in a North America. The largest freshwater fish on the American continent, in the male sturgeon, has a life of  the 55 years, while a females can live up to the 150 years.

The unique celestial development is also a called the Corn Moon since it is the beginning of the harvesting season in the Northern Hemisphere. Mean while, according to time and date, the Celts called it the Lynx Moon and Dispute Moon, pointing to the delicate balance of the nature and harvest.

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