Catch the full moon (and lumbar eclipse) on Monday

Sky watchers admiring the full moon in November may also see another treat: an armpit eclipse on Monday, November 30, as the moon passes through the outer shadow of the Earth, according to NASA.

The Moon will only be full for a moment – on Monday, at 4:30 a.m. EST (9:30 UTC) – but the Moon will be full for three days: Saturday evening to Tuesday morning (November 28) through December 1).