The full moon will hit the highest point Wednesday night (September 22, 2010) until Thursday morning, creating for an extremely bright “super harvest moon.” And as an additional benefit, Jupiter will become visible right next to the moon.
According to Dr. Tony Philips of NASA, you will observe the “moon illusion” at work. It will appear strangely big — a visual delusion that moves toward concerning when the moon sits lesser than normal in the sky.
The equinox will arrive tonight at 11:09. The full moon will also show up on Wednesday night, and . . . → Read More: ‘Super Harvest Moon’ Can be Observed at Sunset Tonight