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Why You Won’t Want to Miss the Travel Moon This Weekend (Video)

You don’t need a telescope, binoculars, or even a dark sky to look at the moon, which next week, on Wednesday, will rise at dusk, shine brightly all night, and set at dawn. However, although October’s full Travel Moon will be a glorious sight on October 24, one of the best times to observe the moon is a few days beforehand.

“International Observe the Moon Night” is Saturday, October 20, and more than 500 events are being organized to get moon-watchers to gaze in groups at the second full moon of fall. It’s an annual celebration of the moon, its science and exploration, that started in 2010. Promoted by NASA, it’s an invite to everyone on Earth to observe the moon together.

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