In Steven Colbert's interview with Neil deGrasse Tyson after about
03:16 the following is explained:
But wait, all the moons - all the full moons of the year have names. Some are familliar like the Harvest moon… and the Moon in June never gets too high in the sky, so it takes on sort-of an amber sunset color, the whole trip. And so that's called the Honey moon. So the June full moon is the Honey moon.
Is there a problem here though? For any given month won't the full Moon oscillate between low and high above the horizon at midnight on an 18.6 year cycle?
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