Astro Bob's Backyard Astronomy: shine on, shine on, harvest moon ...
Plus Bob King talks about "the ultimate thing I've ever seen through a telescope"
The harvest moon rises tonight at 7:49pm, and just for fun, set an alarm for the middle of the night to see if it's bright enough to read by.
Tomorrow, fall begins at 2:20pm, and all week long, you can enjoy a speaker series and skywatching with courtesy of Starry Skies North IDA (International Dark-Skies Association). You can check out their website for the complete rundown of guests and activities.
And in other news, something hit Jupiter. Again. And blew up. Again. And not surprisingly, there were people watching to post the video to social media, and bloggers standing by to write about it.