Saturday’s Hunter’s Moon didn’t disappoint sky-gazers in New Jersey

    Rising at the end of a balmy mid-October day, JSHN contributors captured the above shots of the full moon, and they’re all unique. 
     
    Hunter’s Moon is named for the illumination it traditionally provided hunters searching for prey in the stubble left in fields after the early fall harvest (the period after the Harvest Moon), according to EarthSky.org.

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