Sturgeon Full Moon seen with Jupiter

This clip filmed at 4 am on August 22, shows a Sturgeon Full Moon illuminating the night sky. It looks huge and bright. The natural satellite seems near Jupiter. Each season usually sees three full moons. The term "Sturgeon" derives from the name of the fish that Native American tribes were fishing in the Great Lakes at this time of year.

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