Saturday, July 1, 2023

The Sky Is Cheap Entertainment: Four Supermoons Coming Right Up!


July's Full Moon is commonly referred to as the Buck Moon due to its association with the annual antler growth of male deer, known as bucks. This name originates from Native American folklore, where different tribes observed and named the moon cycles based on the natural events occurring during that time of the year.

The full moon on July 3 will be the first of three full moons that will occur during the summer season and is the first of four “supermoons” that will occur in 2023. The three other supermoons will occur on Aug. 1, Aug. 30 and Sept. 29.

The first supermoon of 2023 will be visible next week. Here's how to see it.

4 full supermoons in a row, starting July 2-3

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