Full Green Corn Moon will light up this week
The Full Green Moon in August, also known as the Full Moon, reaches its peak on Thursday, August 15, at 8:29 am. This means that the best time to display the full moon this month is the night before Wednesday in the early Thursday morning or the night after the peak on Thursday.
Various Indian peoples knew the full moon of August as the full moon of green corn, because it occurred when the corn in their fields was fully grown, but not yet ready for harvest, as a full moon because it was occurring at the time the huge fish were available for harvest in large numbers, and as the wholegrain moon because it occurred when the annual harvest of wild grains began.
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The first full moon in 2019 will be a super blood moon in a total lunar eclipse, and that's only for starters.  Native American names of the 12 full moons of the year are of less importance to modern humans because they are relatively unaware of the need to harvest their own food and a method of tracking the natural cycle of the seasons.
The next full moon will reach its end Peak on September 14 at 00:33 just over a week before the first fall day, until then the moon will go through its last quarter on August 23, August 30 and September 6.
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