via. Business Insider
On Friday, Earth's shadow will pass over this month’s full moon, making it faintly present in the night sky. This is the last eclipse of 2016.
This full moon though, isn't your customary full moon. It's a harvest moon: the full moon that falls the nearest to the pre-winter equinox in the Northern Hemisphere, which can possibly make the moon seem much bigger than it typically appears.
Actually, this is the last harvest moon eclipse until 2024.
It will last around four hours…Read more