“The light of the Harvest Moon enables farmers to work late into the night, helping them to bring in the crops from the fields.”

But tomorrow’s Full Moon is also sometimes known as the Hunter’s Moon.

This name is believed to originate in Native American traditions as this time of year was typically dedicated to hunting for animals that fattened during the summer.

The Royal Observatory said: “Like the Harvest Moon, the Hunter’s Moon is also particularly bright and long in the sky, giving hunters the opportunity to stalk prey at night.”





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