Sunday’s Full Moon Is the Sturgeon Moon and A Blue Moon


The full moon is Sunday night officially at 6:02p. Some like to go night fishing as the Sturgeon Moon rises. The Sturgeon Moon is also called the Green Corn Moon.

It’s also a Blue Moon, which is not actually blue. According to Farmer’s Almanac, it refers to the second of two Full Moons in the same month (as was the case for the Halloween Blue Moon of October 2020). It can also refer to the emergence of four, instead of three Full Moons in a “season,” defined as the period between a Solstice and an Equinox. When this occurs, the third of the four Moons is considered the Blue Moon.


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