Prepare a rare full moon tonight in Indonesian sky & # 39; Harvest Moon & # 39;
Harvest moon, a rare full moon phenomenon expected to reoccur in 2049, can only be witnessed in Indonesia on September 14, 2019.
In countries with the Pacific, Mountani and Central time zones, a full moon rises on a Friday (September 13, 2019) night.
However, in countries with eastern time zones, such as Indonesia, the full moon harvest month appears only on Saturday (September 14, 2019) night.
This rare full moon, reported by abc News, begins decorating the sky to coincide with annoying dates such as 13th (Friday) or 14th (Saturday) in countries like Indonesia.
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According to Almanac Farmers, the United States called it the "Harvest Moon," the closest full moon or fall turning point in early fall.
People in the Eastern time zone can still see the moon, but after Saturday midnight.
Finally, when there was a separate time zone, Harvest Moon experienced that time zone in every country on June 13, 2014, on the 14th Saturday of the Eastern time zone.
The last full moon took place on October 13, 2000.
Then it can happen again until August 13, 2049.