It was two decades ago since we last saw a super harvest Moon on the horizon. This phenomenon occurs when the sun sets at the same time a full moon rises on the day summer ends. September 22, 2010 is considered the first day of the Autumn equinox. As the sun sets in the West the moon will rise in the East giving off a special glow that is considered the super moon harvest.
A crazy of effect also known as a moon illusion allows the moon to illuminate from the sun’s light given a feeling that is rarely seen in our lifetime. If you are outside around the sunset time. All you have to do is have a visualization of the east and the west of where your location is. Depending on where you live in the country, it will occur for you at your specific sunset time.
To make things even more exciting as the summer ends at 11 o’clock tonight, Jupiter will appear right next to the moon giving this summer ending a super conclusion. What a great way to go out.
It’s been one wild summer due to our hot weather and strong humidity. People are looking forward to a new fall and some cooler weather to fill their days.