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Meet The SPECIAL EDITION Harvest Moon Collection
Today, Friday the 13th  is coinciding with a spooky full moon—and that unlucky event will also be a harvest micromoon, Newsweek reports. So Fran and I thought we'd offset that bad luck with some good luck!

Behold, an epic Special Edition Harvest Moon Collection! Finally our celebrated classic, Harvest Moon is available in our ultra, premium formula CK-6! We also threw in a shampoo/conditioner puck and a Moroccan Argan Oil Body Bar! Oh and then there's the Framed Prints, Mugs, Travel Mirror, Stickers, etc!!! So much to really dork out to!
BUT WHAT IS A HARVEST MICROMOON DOUG?

Harvest moon describes the full moon that appears in September. You may have heard that the harvest moon is larger and deeper in color than full moons that appear at different times of the year, but this isn't the case. The name harvest moon has nothing to do with its size or appearance. Many people observe the harvest moon just as it surfaces above the horizon—the time when it looks biggest due to the moon illusion, and reddish or orange-y through the filter of Earth's atmosphere. But as the moon climbs higher in the sky throughout the night, these characteristics fade away—just as they would at any other time of year.

This year, the harvest moon will actually look smaller compared to other full moons. On Friday, September 13, the celestial body reaches its apogee, or the point in its orbit where it's farthest from Earth. It has been dubbed a micromoon, which is the opposite of a supermoon.

WHEN TO SEE THE HARVEST MICROMOON
Besides its scaled-down appearance, Friday's moon won't look any different from a regular full moon. But its rare conjunction with Friday the 13th makes it an event that anyone with a superstitious side won't want to miss. The moon will achieve maximum fullness at 12:33 a.m. the morning of Saturday, September 14 in the Eastern time zone (earlier the further west you go), but it will appear full and bright the previous and following nights. To catch the mini-moon on the 13th, look up late Friday night in a place with minimal light pollution. And if you want the full harvest moon effect, look to the horizon just after moonrise at 7:33 p.m.

So have a Happy & Safe Friday the 13th my friends and maybe hold up a cup to that wonderful micromoon a little later this evening!

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