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Mostly clear skies this evening will give way to mostly cloudy skies overnight. Low 56F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph.

It’s time for a full moon once again. According to Almanac.com, the full corn moon will be visible after sunset on Monday and will reach its peak illumination at 4:23 a.m. on Tuesday. Historically, Native Americans named the full moons in relation to a natural event or for a sign of the season. This aided them in tracking the progression of the year. Different peoples had different names, reflecting the areas where they lived. Hence, the full corn moon corresponded with the time of harvesting corn in northeastern United States. It was also called the barley moon, as this is the time to harvest and thresh ripened barley. Other full moon names for this month include:

Were you expecting it to be the harvest moon? You’re not the only one! That one occurs closest to the autumnal equinox. During the equinox, the sun crosses what we call the celestial equator — an imaginary extension into space of Earth’s equator line. When the sun crosses the equator from north to south, this marks the autumnal equinox; when it crosses from south to north, this marks the vernal equinox. This rule often places the harvest moon in the month of September. Sept. 22 is this year’s autumnal equinox. However when September’s full moon occurs early in the month, the full moon of early October lands closest to the autumnal equinox and therefore takes on the harvest moon title instead. That’s the case in for this year. October will experience two full moons, the harvest moon on Oct. 1 and the hunter’s moon and a blue moon on the Oct. 31! When there are two full moons in a month, the second one is called a blue moon.

Look Up appears in the weekend edition. If you have any astronomical questions or facts you’d like to share email [email protected] with the subject line “Look Up.”

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Didn’t he toss the moneychangers out of the temple? Imagine someone trying that today. Oh. Like Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren.

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Lou–Yes, he lives in my brain and has been a terrible tenant. I will be evicting him November 3rd.

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CC have you ever posted without the word Trump in a sentence? Asking for a friend.

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