While you lookup within the sky tonight and thru the weekend beginning Friday, Sept. 13, you’re going to see one thing massive. There can be a full moon going down, generally known as the “Harvest Moon” because it’s closest to the autumnal equinox, and it’ll final “for about three days,” in keeping with NASA.
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Right here’s What Time You Can See the Harvest Moon
The moon can be full beginning simply after midnight on Sept. 14, 2019 at 12:33 a.m. EDT and can be seen by way of Sunday.
Right here’s The place You Can See the Harvest Moon
Whereas the total moon will seem previous midnight within the Japanese time zone, folks within the Central, Mountain and Pacific zones will have the ability to see the moon on Friday the 13th, which makes this specific moon a uncommon incidence.
And sure, it’s Friday the 13th and there’s a full Moon – however for superstitious of us on the market – there’s no want to fret. A full Moon simply implies that we will see the half of the Moon that’s going through the Solar. There’s at all times a full Moon someplace in area! It’s simply your perspective. pic.twitter.com/ezTH0BEl8l
— NASA Moon (@NASAMoon) September 13, 2019
The final time a full moon appeared on Friday the 13th was again on Oct. 13, 2000, in keeping with the Farmers’ Almanac. The following one gained’t seem for fairly a while: The following one scheduled to occur on Aug. 13, 2049.
NASA writes that through the Harvest Moon, as a substitute of rising “a median of 50 minutes later every evening,” on these few nights the moon will appear “to rise at practically the identical time: simply 25 to 30 minutes later throughout the northern U.S., and solely 10 to 20 minutes later for a lot of Canada and Europe.”
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Control NASA’s social media feeds for a take a look at the moon this weekend.