1260 viewsYolanda YobbSeptember 13, 2019104 Centre St, Regina Beach, SK S0G 4C0, CanadaDate shot: September 13, 2019
The spookiest full moon in 13 years. This Friday the 13th full moon is the first since January 2006. But this full moon, most commonly known as the harvest moon, will appear much smaller than most. That’s because the moon will be at apogee, or the farthest point in its roughly four-week orbit. Though there is no universal definition governing what qualifies as a supermoon or micromoon, Time and Date says micromoons must be more than 251,655 miles away from Earth. Friday night’s moon will be 816 miles farther than that.