The last Supermoon of 2022 is all set to grace the sky today. The moon will appear slightly bigger and brighter than usual and hence it's called Supermoon.
This year, a total of four full Supermoons will be visible out of which three have already appeared in February, June and July and today will be the fourth and last one.
According to NASA, this supermoon, also known as the Sturgeon moon, will be closest to the Earth in its orbit. It is known as Sturgeon moon as the Maine Farmer's Almanac named it after a larger number of the huge sturgeon fish found in the water around the same time as the appearance of the moon.
It is also known as Corn Moon, because of the abundance of crops at the start of the Northern Hemisphere's harvesting season.Read more on tech.hindustantimes.com