Rare Hunter’s Supermoon This Weekend

Rare Hunter’s Supermoon This Weekend
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Following the recent Black Moon and Harvest Moon earlier this autumn, the Hunter’s moon will arrive in the Northern Hemisphere on October 15 and 16. As it coincides with the arrival of a supermoon, it’s set to be a spectacular sight this year. Here’s what you need to know about this weekend’s rare lunar event. 1. It has been useful for farmers. The ‘Hunter’s Moon’ is a full moon which typically appears during the month of October. Although the Moon rises 50 minutes later each day, the Hunter’s Moon usually rises 30 minutes later, which means that sunset and moonrise are closer together than normal. “This means there is prolonged periods of light during this time of the the year, which is the …

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