Full Moon Guide: September - October 2021

The Next Full Moon is the Harvest Moon, the Fruit Moon, the Barley Moon, and the Corn Moon.

9/21/2021 2:14:00 AM

🌕🎵 Come a little bit closer. Tonight's full Moon is known to some as the Harvest Moon, but it takes on different names in other traditions around the world. Go outside, marvel, and tell us what it symbolizes for you: Image: NASAHQPhoto

The Next Full Moon is the Harvest Moon, the Fruit Moon, the Barley Moon, and the Corn Moon.

(LADEE) spacecraft started its journey to the Moon on a Minotaur V launch vehicle.As usual, the wearing of suitably celebratory celestial attire is encouraged in honor of the full Moon. And you might want to consider celebrating the harvest; enjoying a mooncake; visiting your hometown, parents, and in-laws (observing appropriate social distancing, of course); and camping out with your family.

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Current Moon PhaseUse this tool to see the current Moon phase and to plan ahead for other Moon views. Credit: NASAHere is a summary of other celestial events between now and the full Moon after next (with times and angles based on the location of NASA Headquarters in Washington):

The daily periods of sunlight continue to shorten as summer ends and autumn begins, changing at their fastest around the equinox on Sept. 22, 2021. On Monday, Sept. 20, (the day of the next full Moon), morning twilight will begin at 5:56 a.m., sunrise will be at 6:54 a.m., solar noon will be at 1:01:22 p.m. when the Sun will reach its maximum altitude of 51.94 degrees, sunset will be at 7:08 p.m., and evening twilight will end at 8:06 p.m. headtopics.com

Two days later on the day of the autumnal equinox – Wednesday, September 22, 2021 – morning twilight will begin at 5:58 a.m., sunrise will be at 6:56 a.m., solar noon will be at 1:00:39 p.m. when the Sun will reach its maximum altitude of 51.17 degrees, sunset will be at 7:05 p.m., and evening twilight will end at 8:02 p.m. By Wednesday, Oct. 20, – the day of the full Moon after next – morning twilight will begin at 6:25 a.m., sunrise will be at 7:23 a.m., solar noon will be at 12:52:45 p.m. when the Sun will reach its maximum altitude of 40.55 degrees, sunset will be at 6:22 p.m., and evening twilight will end at 7:20 p.m.

The next few months should be good for Jupiter and Saturn watching, especially with a backyard telescope. Saturn was at its closest and brightest for the year on Aug. 2 while Jupiter was at its closest and brightest on Aug. 19 (called "opposition" because they were opposite the Earth from the Sun). While still remaining relatively bright, both will appear to shift toward the west over the coming months, making them visible earlier in the evening sky (and friendlier for backyard stargazing, especially if you have young ones with earlier bedtimes). With clear skies and a telescope, you should be able to see Jupiter's four bright moons, Ganymede, Callisto, Europa, and Io, noticeably shifting positions in the course of an evening. For Saturn, you should be able to see Saturn's rings as well as Saturn's largest moon, Titan.

2021 will not be a good year for seeing the Orionid Meteor Shower due to interference from the full Moon. This shower is expected to be active from Oct. 2 to Nov. 7, 2021, with a peak the morning of Oct. 21 (the day after the full Moon after the next).

Evening Sky SummaryOn the evening of Monday, Sept. 20, 2021 – the day of the full Moon – as evening twilight ends at 8:06 p.m., the brightest planet visible will be Venus, appearing as the Evening Star 7 degrees above the horizon in the west-southwest. The next brightest planet will be Jupiter, appearing 24 degrees above the horizon in the southeast. The faintest of the visible planets in the sky will be Saturn, appearing 27 degrees above the horizon in the south-southeast. The planet Mercury will have set by the time evening twilight ends, but from about 30 minutes after sunset (7:38 p.m.) until Mercury sets 14 minutes later (at 7:52 p.m) you might be able to see it low in the west-southwest. The bright star closest to overhead will be Vega, appearing 86 degrees above the western horizon. Vega is the 5th brightest star in our night sky and the brightest of the three stars in the Summer Triangle. Vega is about twice as massive as our Sun, 40 times brighter, and about 25 light-years from us. headtopics.com

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As the lunar cycle progresses, Jupiter, Saturn, and the background of stars will appear to shift toward the west each evening (although it is actually the Earth that is moving around the Sun toward the east). The bright planet Venus will appear to shift to the left along the horizon in the southwest each evening, passing near the waxing crescent Moon on the evening of Oct. 9 and passing above the bright star Antares on the evening of Oct. 16, 2021. Although the planet Mercury will have set by the time evening twilight ends it may be visible in the glow of dusk low on the west-southwestern horizon for about another week (try looking about 30 minutes after sunset). When Mercury passes between the Earth and the Sun on Oct. 9 it will shift from the evening sky to the morning sky.

By the evening of Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021 – the day of the full Moon after next – as evening twilight ends at 7:20 p.m., the brightest planet visible will be Venus, appearing 10 degrees above the horizon in the southwest. The next brightest planet will be Jupiter, appearing 32 degrees above the horizon in the south-southeast. The faintest of the visible planets in the sky will be Saturn, appearing 31 degrees above the horizon in the south. The bright star closest to overhead will be Deneb, appearing 81 degrees above the northeastern horizon. Deneb is about 2,600 light-years from Earth and is the 19th brightest star in our night sky.

Morning Sky SummaryOn the morning of Monday, Sept. 20, 2021 – the day of the full Moon – as morning twilight begins at 5:56 a.m. EDT, no visible planets will appear in the sky. The bright stars of the local arm of our home galaxy, including the constellation Orion, will appear high in the sky toward the south-southeast. The bright star appearing closest to directly overhead will be Capella at 81 degrees above the northeastern horizon. Although we see Capella as a single star – the 6th brightest in our night sky – it is actually the combined light of four stars (two pairs of stars orbiting each other). Capella is about 43 light-years from us.

As the lunar cycle progresses, the background of stars will appear to shift toward the west. On or after Oct. 13 the planet Mercury will begin emerging from the glow of dawn, visible low on the eastern horizon until about 30 minutes before sunrise. After Oct. 16 Mercury will be above the horizon as morning twilight begins. By the morning of Oct. 20 – the day of the full Moon after next – as morning twilight begins at 6:25 a.m. EDT, the only visible planet in the sky will be Mercury, appearing about 5 degrees above the eastern horizon. The bright stars of the local arm of our home galaxy, including the constellation Orion, will appear spread across the sky from the south-southeast toward the west-northwest. The bright star appearing closest to directly overhead will be Pollux at 77 degrees above the southeastern horizon. Pollux is the brighter of the twins in the constellation Gemini and is about 34 light-years from us. headtopics.com

Daily GuideHere is a more detailed, day-by-day listing of celestial events between now and the full Moon after next (again with times and angles based on the location of NASA Headquarters in Washington):SEPTEMBERSeptember 16-18Thursday night into Friday morning, Sept. 16 to 17, 2021, the planet Saturn will appear about 5 degrees from the waxing gibbous Moon, shifting clockwise around the Moon as the night progresses. As evening twilight ends at 8:12 p.m. EDT, Saturn will appear to the upper left of the Moon. When the Moon reaches its highest in the sky for the night about 2 hours later at 10:02 p.m., Saturn will appear above the Moon. By the time the Moon sets in the west-southwest (Friday at 2:54 a.m.), Saturn will appear to the right and a little above the Moon.

Friday night into Saturday morning, Sept. 17 to 18, 2021, the bright planet Jupiter will appear near the waxing gibbous Moon, appearing to shift clockwise around the Moon as the night progresses. As evening twilight ends at 8:11 p.m EDT, Jupiter will appear about 7 degrees to the left and a little above the Moon. Two hours and 45 minutes later, when the Moon reaches its highest in the sky for the night at 10:56 p.m., Jupiter will appear about 6 degrees above and to the left of the Moon. By the time the Moon sets in the west-southwest (Saturday at 4:04 a.m.), Jupiter will appear about 4 degrees to the upper right of the Moon.

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September 20: The Next Full MoonOn Monday evening, Sept. 20, 2021, for a short period beginning about 30 minutes after sunset after 7:38 p.m. EDT, if you have a clear view of the west-southwestern horizon you might be able to see the planet Mercury about 2 degrees above the horizon and about 1.5 degrees below the bright star Spica. Mercury will set first about 14 minutes later (at 7:52 p.m.). Because dusk will still be in the sky it may be hard to see Spica without binoculars or a telescope. This and the next evening will be the two evenings when the planet Mercury and the star Spica will appear at their closest to each other.

As mentioned above, the next full Moon will be Monday evening, Sept. 20, 2021, at 7:55 p.m. EDT. The Moon will appear full for about 3 days around this time, from Sunday evening through Wednesday morning.September 22: Autumnal EquinoxWednesday afternoon, Sept. 22, 2021, at 3:21 p.m EDT, will be the autumnal equinox –the astronomical end of summer, and the start of fall.

September 26Sunday evening, Sept. 26, 2021, at 5:44 p.m. EDT, the Moon will be at apogee, its farthest from the Earth for this orbit.September 27Monday evening, Sept. 27, 2021, will be the last evening that the planet Mercury will appear above the horizon thirty minutes after sunset (an approximation of the last evening Mercury will be visible in the glow of dusk).

September 28Tuesday evening, Sept. 28, 2021, the waning Moon will appear half-full as it reaches its last quarter at 9:57 p.m. EDT. We will not be able to see the last quarter Moon (from the Washington, D.C. area) until it rises later that evening at 11:34 p.m.

OCTOBEROctober 6Wednesday morning Oct. 6, 2021, at 7:05 a.m. EDT, will be the new Moon, when the Moon passes between the Earth and the Sun and will not be visible from the Earth. The day of – or the day after – the New Moon marks the start of the new month for most lunisolar calendars.

Sundown on Wednesday evening, Oct. 6, 2021, marks the start of Marcheshvan in the Hebrew calendar, a name often shortened to Cheshvan or Heshvan. The Buddhist Hpaung Daw U Festival starts on the day of the new Moon and ends 18 days later, a few days past the next full Moon (on October 23, 2021). In the Hindu lunar calendar, the new Moon marks the start of the month of Ashwin, which starts with the nine-day post-monsoon harvest festival called Sharada Navaratri. In the Islamic calendar, the months traditionally start with the first sighting of the waxing crescent Moon. Many Muslim communities now follow the Umm al-Qura Calendar of Saudi Arabia, which uses astronomical calculations based on the location of Mecca to start months in a more predictable way. Using this calendar, sundown on Wednesday evening, Oct. 6, 2021, will probably mark the beginning of Rabi al-Awwal. The ninth month of the Chinese calendar starts on Thursday, Oct. 7, 2021 (at midnight in China's time zone, which is 12 hours ahead of EDT).

October 7On Thursday night, Oct. 7, 2021, the planet Mars will be passing on the far side of the Sun as seen from the Earth, called conjunction. When planets appear near the Sun as seen from the Earth, charged particles from the Sun interfere with communications with spacecraft at that planet. This year,

NASA's solar conjunction moratoriumon commanding all Mars spacecraft is between Oct. 2 and 14.Because Mars orbits outside of the orbit of Earth it will be shifting from the evening sky to the morning sky. Mars will begin emerging from the glow of the dawn on the eastern horizon after about Oct. 26 (depending upon viewing conditions).

October 8Friday afternoon, Oct. 8, 2021, at 1:28 p.m. EDT, the Moon will be at perigee, its closest to the Earth for this orbit.October 9On Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021, the planet Mercury will be passing between the Earth and the Sun as seen from the Earth, called inferior conjunction. Planets that orbit inside of the orbit of Earth can have two types of conjunctions with the Sun, inferior (when passing between the Earth and the Sun) and superior (when passing on the far side of the Sun as seen from the Earth). Mercury will be shifting from the evening sky to the morning sky and will begin emerging from the glow of the dawn on the eastern horizon after about Oct. 13 (depending upon viewing conditions).

On Saturday evening, the waxing crescent Moon and the bright planet Venus should make a pleasing sight in the southwestern sky. As evening twilight ends at 7:35 p.m., the Moon will appear about 11 degrees above the horizon with Venus appearing about 2.5 degrees to the lower right of the Moon and the bright star Antares appearing about 6 degrees to the left. Venus will set first in the west-southwest about an hour later at 8:35 p.m.

October 12On Tuesday night, Oct. 12, 2021, the Moon will appear half-full as it reaches its first quarter at 11:25 p.m. EDT. For the Washington area, at least, this will be just before moonset at 11:38 p.m.October 13-14Wednesday morning, Oct. 13, 2021, will be the first morning that the planet Mercury will appear above the horizon 30 minutes before sunrise, an approximation of when it will begin emerging from the glow of dawn and start being visible low on the eastern horizon. Mercury passed between the Earth and the Sun on Oct. 9, moving from the evening sky to the morning sky.

Wednesday evening into early Thursday morning, Oct. 13 to 14, 2021, the planet Saturn will appear above the waxing gibbous Moon. Saturn will appear about 8 degrees to the upper left of the Moon as evening twilight ends at 7:30 p.m EDT. Saturn will appear to shift clockwise around the Moon as the night progresses, appearing about 6 degrees to the upper right of the Moon as the Moon sets in the west-southwest shortly after midnight (Thursday morning at 12:45 a.m.).

October 15The next night, Thursday evening into early Friday morning, Oct. 14 to 15, 2021, the bright planet Jupiter will appear above the waxing gibbous Moon. Jupiter will appear about 9 degrees to the upper left of the Moon as evening twilight ends (at 7:28 p.m. EDT). Jupiter will appear to shift clockwise around the Moon as the night progresses, appearing about 7 degrees to the upper right of the Moon as the Moon sets in the west-southwest about 2 hours after midnight (Friday morning at 1:54 a.m.).

By Friday evening, Oct. 15, the waxing gibbous Moon will have shifted such that Jupiter will appear about 9 degrees to the upper right of the Moon as evening twilight ends at 7:27 p.m. EDT. The pair will appear to separate as the night progresses.October 16: Observe the Moon Night

Saturday morning, Oct. 16, 2021, will be the first morning that the planet Mercury will appear above the eastern horizon at the time morning twilight begins at 6:46 a.m. EDT.Saturday evening, the bright star Antares will appear below the even brighter planet Venus. As evening twilight ends at 7:26 p.m. EDT, Venus will appear 10 degrees above the southwestern horizon with Antares 1.4 degrees below Venus. Antares will set about an hour later at 8:25 p.m. Throughout this lunar cycle, Venus will be shifting to the left along the horizon while the background of stars rotates to the west. These two apparent motions will cause Venus to shift toward Antares until Oct. 16, after which the pair will appear to separate as Venus continues to the left and Antares continues towards the horizon each evening.

Saturday night is also. Click the link to find out about events near you, and to find out about hosting an event.October 20The full Moon after next will be Wednesday morning, Oct. 20, 2021, at 10:57 a.m. EDT. The Moon will appear full for about 3 days around this time, from Monday night through Thursday morning – and possibly the earlier part of Thursday evening.

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nasahqphoto nasahqphoto Don't miss tonight's full Harvest Moon🌕🌟The full moon closest to the autumnal equinox is known as the Harvest Moon, a term first published in 1706, farmers worked late into the night when that full moon was in the sky👩‍🌾 nasahqphoto The Moon holds a Special Memory for me. My Father worked on the Apollo Lunar Module Landing Gear. That equipment is still up there on the Moon, so, whenever I see the Moon, especially the Full Moon, It' brings back Memories of my Father (he passed away some years ago). (Ron)

nasahqphoto cool beans nasahqphoto Full moon is known as 'Attractive Moon'. On this day, moon pulls our positive thoughts and delivers it into the cosmic world..! So wish what you want...be aware It might come true..! nasahqphoto Not in Chicago, I'm afraid. Storms on their way. No moon tonight. I won't complain though; we need the rain.

nasahqphoto the moon is the other half of the earth, the other half is the sun. If there is a problem with either of them, the world will be plunged into eternal darkness. nasahqphoto 'The Flying Deuces' (1939) DrDinD nasahqphoto Thank you. nasahqphoto the prop is what symbolic implication it bear,Wilderness,Howls,running wild in the snow,feeling of freedom,old memories,past lives feeling of excitment to do the list preceding,if it was my DNA1000 years ago,that 1 was me,if is my DNA in1000 years that I'll be,same moon,same me.

nasahqphoto Reminds of the line in Moonstruck…Cosmo’s moon🌝 nasahqphoto nasahqphoto Hello !ヽ(*´∀`)ノ🪄🌕️🎵 HarvestMoon ハーベストムーン 満月 中秋の名月 🌐🐈‍⬛🎌🐾🪄 nasahqphoto Oh,Neil Young! I love that song! nasahqphoto I really prefer the sun but ya can't really gaze at it. Nice full moon. nasahqphoto Harvest Moon as seen from Lynn, Mass USA

nasahqphoto 😎 nasahqphoto The end of a long hot summer. nasahqphoto yesterday in China. nasahqphoto u caught my ex girl flying on that broom she stole from me ..shh..t..had to buy new one them bloody witches they are everywhere

nasahqphoto Beware of the lunatics. nasahqphoto nasahqphoto nasahqphoto Looks dope from Netherlands わぁー!!!素敵ー!綺麗ー!😆🥰🌕💗 こんなに綺麗な黄色のお月さん見たことない…!保存してスマホのロック画面にします😳🙏✨ nasahqphoto nancylevine nasahqphoto Last night was outrageous Grouse_Beater nasahqphoto I didn't catch full moon today, so this is from yesterday where I stable my horse!

nasahqphoto Like the song says flight me to the moon 🌙 nasahqphoto Dolunay Doğu Akdenizde TR'de Nusayri inanışına göre 'İmam selman'ı temsil eder. İmam Selman ise 'Bilimi'i temsil eder. Böyle günlerde 'Seyid Selman'a yani Ay'a bakılıp dua edilir.' Daha doğrusu genel olarak 'Ay Seyyid Selman'ı temsil eder.

nasahqphoto Very beautiful and so close to earth appreciate last night nasahqphoto nasahqphoto GRAPHIC ⚠️ Lori was rescued from the streets with a large infected wound in Quito🆘 She is still in a critical gcondition and in need of surgery PLEASE DONATE WHAT YOU CAN TO HELP LORI🙏🙏🖤🖤 nasahqphoto Turns everyone into Lunatics

nasahqphoto You haven't got time to be looking at pictures. Rockets to be stacking. Off you go, you can waste time looking at pictures when Artemis is ready to fly. Finger out chaps, time's a wasting.