A full moon rolled into the Pahrump sky on Friday, Sept. 13.
The moon could be seen across the United States.
The last time everyone in the United States could see the full moon (also known as a Harvest Moon) on a Friday the 13th was on Oct. 13, 2000.
People living on the East Coast, however, saw a full Moon in June 2014 on a Friday the 13th, according to information on the Farmer’s Almanac’s website.
Everyone in the U.S., from the East to the West coasts, will be able to view a full moon on Aug. 13, 2049, according to information from the Almanac.