Thursday’s harvest moon will be the first to fall in October since 2009 — and it should be visible in nearly-full form through the weekend, barring cloud cover.
Thursday’s harvest moon will be the first to fall in October since 2009 — and it should be visible in nearly-full form through the weekend, barring cloud cover. Ronnie Robertson/Creative Commons
Thursday’s harvest moon will be the first to fall in October since 2009 — and it should be visible in nearly-full form through the weekend, barring cloud cover. Ronnie Robertson/Creative Commons

Look up, and you just might catch the harvest moon in the night sky

October 05, 2017 09:27 PM

UPDATED October 06, 2017 07:09 AM

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