Yesterday evening Canadians and people across North America welcomed a harvest moon. The unique phenomenon arrives in our skies each year during the autumn equinox, officially announcing that the new season has begun and the weather is about to change.\nREAD ALSO: Giant Centipedes Are Invading My Home In Montreal And I'm Seriously Freaking Out\nTL;DR A harvest moon was visible over Canada and the rest of North America last evening during the autumn equinox. For those that missed the event they can take a look at some of the best photos from yesterday evening. For the rest of the week Canadians will be able to point out an illusion of several moons in the night sky, a longer-lasting effect of the equinox.\nNot only that, but the moon looked pretty incredible too. A harvest moon looks intensely larger than a regular moon you'd see on any given night, especially right after sunset when the moon is on the horizon and boasts its gorgeous orange and red tints.\nVia David Howell\nIn Canada the giant "sky pumpkin" was only visible last night, while other countries across the world will get a chance to admire the "blood" moon this evening.\nIn case you did happen to miss your chance to witness the annual celestial event, not to worry. Luckily there have been quite a few photos shared from last night, and they're pretty amazing.\nVia Graham Dash | Flickr\nView this post on Instagram The harvest moon sets behind Phillips Point in West Palm Beach, seen from The Society of the Four Arts, shortly before sunrise Tuesday, September 25, 2018. (Lannis Waters @lvw839/The Palm Beach Post) #sunrise #palmbeachfl #palmbeachesfl #palmbeachcounty #florida #WestPalmBeach #wpb #ilovewpb #downtownwpb #harvestmoon #moonset A post shared by The Palm Beach Post (@pbpost) on Sep 25, 2018 at 5:44am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Beautiful Night... Beautiful Moon... Beautiful Sky... And so are you... ( F8, shutter 1/6, iso 160, lens Nikkor 18-300mm) @chrisburkard @natgeoyourshot @natgeo #moon #sky #night #photography #cinematic #nikon #canon #leica #sonya7iii #hasselblad #indonesia #bali #nasa #bloodmoon #milkyway #photohunting A post shared by ZeroCool (@zanemln_) on Sep 25, 2018 at 5:05am PDT\nVia Great Sand Dunes National Park | Flickr\n@thefamilyoutdoorsmanembedded via\nVia Cody Clark | Flickr\nVia Steve Thamer\nTo make things even better, not only did we get a "jack-o-lantern" moon last night, but for the rest of the week Canadians will be able to see an illusion across the night sky that makes it look like we have several moons scattered around all at once. It seriously can't get better than this!\nStay tuned for Canada's next celestial event.