Full Moon on Friday 13th: Incredibly rare Harvest Moon not seen for 30years peaks tonight
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A Full Moon on Friday the 13th only happens once every 20 years on average. Stargazers were last treated to a Full Moon on the spooky date in October 2000. The next Full Moon on Friday the 13th will take even longer and will not appear until August 13, 2049. Astronomers are also in for an additional surprise because tonight’s Full Moon happens to be the annual Harvest Moon and a Micromoon to boot.

Full Moon on Friday 13th: Incredibly rare Harvest Moon not seen for 30years peaks tonight

A rare Harvest Moon is appearing tonight, Friday the 13th

Look up! Harvest Moon set to light up the night sky on Friday the 13th

 



Will clouds part enough for us to enjoy tonight’s full, harvest, micro moon on Friday the 13th?

Shine on Lucky Harvest Moon

WEATHER U: A date with the Harvest Moon

 

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