If you look up in the sky tonight you could experience
a full moon, a lunar eclipse, and a green headed comet all at once. According to scientists tonight's full moon will be at maximum eclipse around 7:43pm and will end around 9:55pm on the east coast . Then at 3am the green-headed comet will be at it's closets point to the earth on its journey around the sun. The comet will be harder to spot than the eclipse and will not be bright enough to see with the naked eye. Reports suggest using a pair of binoculars, or a small telescope to bring the comet into view.