Last night was a long-awaited event for all stargazers—the last supermoon of the year 2020 was traveling through the sky. Only an especially bright and big full moon that is at its closest to Earth can be called a supermoon. However, the supermoon occurring in May has even more significance. We won’t go into astrological details, but it turns out, the supermoon of the month of May is called the Flower Moon to celebrate the flowers that usually start blooming intensely this month. It’s also known as the Corn Planting Moon, Milk Moon, or Hare Moon in some regions.