Don't worry if you miss it on the evening of 13 October.
The full moon, known as the Hunter's Moon, always follows September's Harvest Moon.
Look out for the Hunter's Moon Monday night into Tuesday morning for an extra bright sky.
During the month of October and autumn period the Moon typically rises around 50 minutes later each day, but during a Hunter's Moon (and Harvest Moon) they rise 30 minutes later on each successive night.
How did October's Full Moon get its name? Lucky for us down on Earth, the Full Hunter's Moon appears larger and more orange than a regular full moon because it rises from the horizon during sunset. It can happen anytime during the moon's orbit and will likely occur when the moon is at the First Quarter when it's full.
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If you get a kick out of astrology, then the Hunter's Moon offers all sorts of possibilities. Since fields had been reaped under the Harvest Moon, hunters could more easily see animals.
The earliest use of the term "Hunter's Moon" cited in the Oxford English Dictionary is from 1710.
Throughout the year, the moon appears over the horizon about 50 minutes later each days, on average.
A big, bright moon is coming to light up the sky this weekend, folks! The brightest planet you can see tonight is Jupiter in the southwest at about 19 degrees above the horizon.
The Summer Triangle will appear directly overhead with the bright star Vega to the west-northwest at 76 degrees above the horizon, Deneb to the northeast at 79 degrees above the horizon, and Altair to the south at 60 degrees above the horizon.