Well, then you've probably had this Friday on your mind for awhile now - as we'll have the first Friday the 13th full moon since 2000
From KING 5
Now if you're living in the Eastern time zone, the exact moment this full Moon occurs is actually early Saturday the 14th at 12:33 a.m. But for everyone else in the country, the Moon will be its fullest before midnight on Friday the 13th.
Either way, the moon will appear full from Thursday night through Sunday morning,according to NASA.
Having a full moon coincide with the supposedly unlucky day in the U.S. is super rare.According to the Farmer's Almanac,there hasn't been a nationwide Friday the 13th full Moon since Oct. 13, 2000, and it won't happen again until Aug. 13, 2049.
Just a quick reminder what's at stake here: