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Catch October’s harvest moon as you wait for the rare Halloween blue moon – CNET

A brilliant full moon rises at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida in 2017.
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Take a break from the world’s chaos Friday night and head out to see the almost-full moon. The nighttime spectacle is visible in all parts of the US, weather permitting, astronomy educator and former planetarium director Jeffrey Hunt says. This full moon is romantically called the “harvest moon,” as its the full moon closest to the start of fall.
“The moon is only full for one night (Oct. 1), alth…

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