The Full Harvest Moon on 1st October 2020 – one of the two full moons this month, the first Full Moon this year during astronomical autumn. It is called the Harvest Moon beacuse of its light being useful in harvesting the crops in the evening.
This year Harvest Moon is also a Micromoon (it appears smaller than usual) since it is in apogee – in the point in its orbit farthest from Earth.
On 3rd October (at 03:25 GMT) the conjunction (meeting) of the Moon and Mars could be observed.
This is the last Full Moon this year during astronomical summer. It is traditionally called Corn Moon or Barley Moon, which is connected to harvesting those crops at that time in the Northern Hemisphere.
Full Moon on 3rd August 2020. August Full Moon is traditionally called: Sturgeon Moon, Blueberry Moon, Wheat Cut Moon, Green Corn Moon. Those names are connected to agricultural activities (and fishing season) in the Northern Hemisphere.