WHEN TO WATCH TONIGHT'S FRIDAY THE 13TH HARVEST 'MICROMOON'

Skygazers across the US will have the rare opportunity to view a ‘micromoon’ tonight, the earliest viewing times starting in the Pacific time zone with other following. The micromoon will happen on a notable date — Friday the 13th, making it a fun coincidence for most people. If you miss seeing the moon tonight, you won’t get the chance to … Continue reading

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