Posted September 8, 2014 at 1:03 PM by Amanda Frentz
Photo by Todd N.
Skywatchers, you're in for a treat.
Tonight's Supermoon is a pretty special one.
When the moon turns full tonight at 8:38pm (New Orleans time), it not only will become the last Supermoon of the summer, but also this year's Harvest Moon -- which is a full moon that occurs closest to the autumnal equinox.
We look forward to seeing photos of the Supermoon over the Park. Please send them to AFrentz@nocp.org to have them included in our archives.
Check out Supermoon photos from around the globe here (Huffington Post Science).