The moon will glow big, bright—and red.
Three separate lunar events will coincide next week.
The second supermoon of the month will glow a spectacular red.
Between the total solar eclipse, the supermoon, and potential space tourism, the moon was the distraction Americans needed in 2017.
The Beaver Moon occurs once a year in November at the point the moon is at its fullest.
It's the first such occasion since 1982, and the next supermoon eclipse won't happen until 2033.
NASA will broadcast starting at 8 p.m. EDT with views from Griffith Observatory.
The moon will appear large, bright and red, but it doesn’t spell doom.