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Spooky and rare: The moon will be full on Friday the 13th

Seattle Times Wednesday, 11 September 2019
What better way to welcome the onset of the spookiest season than with a full moon on Friday the 13th? This year’s Harvest Moon — the full moon closest to the fall equinox — will fall on Friday the 13th for those of us in the Western United States. That’s relatively rare, happening just once every […]
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News video: This is how the rare harvest full moon on Friday 13th looked like

This is how the rare harvest full moon on Friday 13th looked like 00:36

The last time this moon occurred on Friday 13 was in September 1935. The next time a Harvest moon will rise will be in September 2171.

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