Friday evening’s full “Honey moon” made a grand showing on the 13th, bringing to Sacramento (and the rest of the world) a rare, astronomical event that only occurs about once every hundred years. The full moon glowed bright honey-amber over Sutter’s Landing Park, just after sunset. You may have to wait around for a while, if you want to see another one, as the next Honey moon isn’t scheduled to appear until June 2098. The last time this happened? June 13, 1919.
Read more on what makes a “Honey moon” so special and rare. We didn’t notice any werewolves running around, did you?