Get ready, tonight is the final Super Moon of 2014!
The term Super Moon was coined in 1979 by an astrologer, who defined it as an event when a Full or New Moon occurs within 90% of its closest possible approach to Earth—closer than a threshold of about 224,851 miles.
Did you know? Each Full Moon of the year has a name, mostly traceable to an era of agricultural living. Tonight’s full moon is the 2014 Harvest Moon. Traditionally this title is given to the Full Moon seen nearest the date of autumn’s beginning.