The Harvest Moon is the last of the Supermoons of the year, and it will be visible on Friday, September 29. This brighter shining moon is called a Harvest Moon because it supposedly rises around the same time the sun sets, with about 30% more brightness, giving producers more time to harvest their crops and work on their farms.
In August 2023, Incognito Blog reported on the 2 Supermoons that appeared at the beginning of the month and on the 30th. This would be the 3rd Supermoon of the year and it occurs closest to the start of the fall season. According to recent publications, it will be at its peak in the early hours of the 29th.