A bright red-orange full moon lit up the city sky early Friday, creating an eerie glowing backdrop for the statue. The eye-catching lunar event is called a “buck moon” because it occurs around the time of year that buck deer’s antlers push out from their foreheads, according to Space.com. It’s also called the “full thunder...
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‘Buck moon’ gives eerie morning backdrop to Statue of Liberty
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