At 12:11 am EDT, we will experience the first honey moon on Friday the 13th in nearly a century. According to National Geographic, “With the sun’s path across the sky at its highest during this month of the summer solstice, the moon is at its lowest, which keeps the lunar orb close to the horizon and makes it appear more amber than other full moons this year.”
You don’t want to miss this! It won’t happen again until June 2098. If it’s too cloudy in your area, you can view the live feed here.
Scouted via Gizmodo