The full moon in August is often referred to as the Sturgeon Moon because it occurs at the time of year when the sturgeon of the Great Lakes are most readily caught.
It has also been dubbed the Green Corn Moon, Grain Moon and the Full Red Moon. Buddhists refer to the August full moon as Nikini Poya, while Hindus call it Narali Poornima.
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Supermoon is a phenomenon in which the Moon is full and at perigee, or closest to the Earth in its orbit at the same time. This makes the Moon appear especially large in the night sky. The Sturgeon Moon was a supermoon in 2015.
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