The next full Moon will be early Saturday morning, September 14, 2019.
And Cherri Carrigan tweeted: "The occurrence of a Full Moon on Friday 13th is actually pretty rare". In this alignment-which occurs roughly every once a month-the face of the moon that we can see is fully illuminated, appearing like a ideal circle.
Even though the full moon only occurs at a specific moment in time, it will appear perfectly circular to our eyes for about 24 hours before and after.
Alena Kiel said: "Anyway so my birthday is on Friday the 13th and there's a Full Moon so I guess I'm gonna be extra powerful this year".
Technically, a full moon occurs at a specific moment.
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It won't happen again until August 13, 2049.
The appearance of a Full Moon on the unlucky date of Friday the 13th only happens once every 20 years. During this time, the moon rises as the sun sets - first appearing as a more dramatic, orange-colored moonlight.
What sets the Harvest Moon apart is that typically the moon rises an average of 50 minutes later each night, but the Harvest Moon rises only about 30 minutes later every day around the fall equinox, experts say.
Unless cloud cover blocks the view, the full moon is the easiest celestial event to observe.
At the same time, according to the Farmer's Almanac, the moon will also be at its greatest distance from Earth, leading some to call it a 'micro moon.' The Harvest Moon will appear 14 percent smaller than normal, according to the Farmers Almanac.
Mr Rao said: "To add to this Full Moon "madness", this upcoming Full Moon very almost coincides with apogee - that point in its orbit which places it at its greatest distance from the Earth: 252,100 miles away".