Rare Triple Coincidences on HARVEST MOON this Year

This week will happen the Harvest Moon week. We have this astronomic event every year, but 2019 will be remembered as one of the special years, due to the fact that this full moon coincidences with two other rare coincidences.

But before getting there, let me tell you a bit about the history of the Harvest Moon. As other celebration days through out the year (f.e. thanksgiving), even this one has its origin from agriculture and farming. European farmers used the light of the full moon close to the autumn equinox, to collect their harvest. The full moon, in this particular period of the year, is unusually big and very bright. This allowed farmers to start harvesting since midnight until dawn. This was the reason they called it Harvest Moon. When migrated to US, they brought the concept with them and since than the last full moon before the autumn equinox is called the Harvest Moon.

This year Harvest Moon falls on Friday, the 13th and this makes it a rare event that is repeated around every 20 years. So dear friends, get ready on Friday to enjoy the Harvest Moon. For those of you living in the West Coast, get ready to see the Harvest Moon appearing in the sky 30 minutes after sunset. While, if you live in the East Coast, be patient and wait until midnight to see the Harvest Moon shining in the sky.

But, how can you celebrate this rare event? A walk in midnight would be a great way to celebrate this distinct event. The moonlight will illuminate your road and will make it feel like a fairy-tail walk. Don’t forget to take with you the love of your life, to make it notably romantic moment.

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