Last SuperMoon in 2014!
The scientific term for the ’Super Moon’ is ’perigee moon’ . Full Moons vary in size because of the elliptical path of the Moon. A ‘perigee moon’ is about 50,000 km closer to the Earth than an ’apogee moon’ (called also ’Mini Moon’), thus the ’Super Moons’ seem extra big and bright. This September Super Moon will be the last of three consecutive ’perigee moons’ of Summer.
Moreover, the most common name of the Full Moon closest to the autumnal equinox (tropical 0° Libra) is ’Harvest Moon’, because this is the Full Moon that helps the harvest by providing more light at the right time (in the Northern Hemisphere).
With the Full Moon in (tropical) Pisces people have a heightened aptitude of sensitivity which could provide extraordinary experiences of bliss and devotion – or of pain and suffering.
Concerning the Vedic Lunar Mansion system, Moon (Chandra) is located now in Purva Bhadrapada. Purvabhadrapada-Chandra indicate ’… a global thinker who is emotionally motivated to develop links of connectivity at the extensive outer edges of the scientific-conceptual network; he/she can move intuitively in the realm of theological, philosophical and economic thought…’ By Vivian Robson, ’… with Moon here at birth native will be sorrowful, wealthy, clever, submissive to women, miserly and of distinct speech. Rules the southeast of houses and the left thigh.’
The best time to catch the SuperMoon is just after your local sunset when the Full Moon begins to rise, or around midnight. (Exact Sun-Moon Opposition: 8th September 21:38:09 EDT /Geocentric/ – Tropical sign of the Moon: Pisces; Sidereal sign: Aquarius; True constellation: Aquarius; Indian Lunar Mansion: Purva Bhadrapada)
More infos – ISE Astrology Software