Celebrating August’s Sturgeon Moon 

IMG_2564.JPG In the Moonlit Garden 

There’s a full moon tonight, and if last night’s show was any indication, this one should be spectacular. August’s Sturgeon Moon —also known as the Green Corn or Blueberry Moon— is at perigee, making this another one of those fabulous ‘super moons’ (you read more about that here on the earthsky website).

If you’re on the east coast, moonrise tonight, August 29th, is at 7:23PM and moonset is on August 30th at 5:54AM. I’m not sure if I’ll be in the garden or on the water this evening, do you have a spot picked out?  Wherever you choose to take in this celestial event, it’s bound to be a great show. Enjoy the August Moondance!

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2 Replies to “Celebrating August’s Sturgeon Moon ”

  1. Deb Weyrich-Cody

    Oh, so beautiful; but coming to an end once more, *sigh*…
    Such an incredible night!
    Love this pic: ) xoD

  2. Michaela

    Thank you Deb. Yes it is sad to see it go. After last year, I am terrified of the coming winter, to be honest. Hope your summer has been wonderful and rewarding. xx M

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