The next full moon will make an appearance at the ominous date in the calendar this month. In September full moon, also known as “Harvest Moon” will be the 13th seen by many Americans this Friday. According to NASA, the moon is full early Saturday morning, September 14th at 12:33 ET, but for those who live in time zones, Central Mountain and Pacific, the full moon is seen just before midnight on Friday to be 13 .. NASA says that the moon is full will appear for about three days centered around this time – from Thursday evening to Sunday morning. A full moon is Friday the 13th an extremely rare event, after the farmers almanac. He reported that this visible one of the first full moon in the United States on Friday, 2000. The next will not happen again for another 30 years is 13, from 13 October expected 13 August 2049. On average, says the almanac farmers Friday the full moon 13, a 20-year event. As you might expect, the full moon in the month of September, the “Harvest Moon” is called because it comes on top of the harvest season. According to NASA this moon was particularly useful for farmers who rely on moonlight during harvest time in the past. Although the moon traditionally rises about 50 minutes later each night leading to a full moon, in the days in September full moon in phase usually prepared only 25 to 30 minutes later across the northern United States and only 10 20 minutes later to increase both from Canada and Europe. The moon also appears smaller because of its distance from Earth, which led to the full moon of the additional nickname of September about 14%: “Micro-moon,” according to the almanac. “Micro Moon” is a kind of reverse phenomenon for a “Super Moon” that the moon appears bigger brands in the night sky as it orbits very close to Earth. September, the moon almost full lines with the point at which the orbit of the Moon is farther from the Earth point as “apogee” known, says the almanac, a distance of about 252,100 miles away.