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Photos of harvest moon captured above Warwickshire village

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These stunning pictures captured a bright orange harvest moon lighting up the sky above Warwickshire yesterday evening.

The harvest moon is defined as the closest full moon to the autumn equinox, which is year falls on September 22.

The last full moon before the equinox this year was last night (September 20), which is when these photos were captured near the village of Hartshill.

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The autumnal equinox is when the lengths of day and night are equal and signals the end of summer and the arrival of autumn.

From now until the Spring equinox in March, our nights will be longer than our days.

The harvest moon rising above Hartshill, Warwickshire

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