Otherside of The Sturgeon Moon

Last night I spotted the moon low on the horizon and noticed how large and red it was. I missed the full moon of August a few days ago, and according to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, it is sometimes known as the Sturgeon Moon, the name likely given by both colonists and Algonquian-speaking people in northeastern North America, as sturgeon are native to both Europe and the Americas.

Sturgeon Moon Waxing Gibbous

16 thoughts on “Otherside of The Sturgeon Moon

    1. Thank you, Gary πŸ™‚ That is a good question. No tides, no moonlight, no meteorite absorber. No moon landing conspiracies. No famous words from Neil Armstrong. No Space 1999 πŸ˜‰


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