Get ready to look to the night sky on Friday. A full "strawberry moon" is on the calendar, and it coincided with an understated partial eclipse for some parts of the world. While the moon was at its absolute fullest on Friday around noon PT, you'll have several other opportunities to revel in the view. The moon will still look full through early Sunday morning, according to NASA.
A penumbral eclipse is much more subtle than a total eclipse. The moon slips through the Earth's outer (penumbral) shadow, which can trigger a slight darkening of the moon. If you didn't know it was happening, you might miss it. A partial penumbral eclipse like the one on Friday makes it even harder to spot a difference.