The 2012 harvest moon occurs tonight at 11:19 p.m. EDT. Only 395,493 km from Earth tonight. Libration, as you can see, is quite southern (see how far the bright crater Tycho is from the bottom edge?), and a bit of the eastern limb is more visible as well (if you know your selenography, you can make out the bright pixels representing Gibbs almost dead center on the right-hand limb).
As you can see, I’m still working on the focus problems; the low clouds that make the slight haze around the moon are out of my control, but I should at least be able to focus the darn image.
Happy Birthday to me. Time to order myself the Sky & Tel moon globe!