Did you know that on Friday there is a full "Winter Moon", lunar eclipse and a comet?
Talk about a triple treat!
The eclipse starts at about eight p.m. Eastern time and the comet will be visible in the early morning hours of Saturday.
The eclipse is going to be a long one that will be visible for a couple of hours,
but the article said it will be "faint" because the moon will only be covered by the outer penumbra of the Earth.
The comet will also only be a faint fuzzy blob to the naked eye.