A full moon on Halloween occurs approximately every 19 years, with the feat last happening in 2001.
As it flies past, the space rock will be travelling at a speed of around 36,000 miles per hour.
The full moon that occurs closest to the fall equinox is traditionally dubbed the "Harvest Moon."
This is the first Full Corn Moon for three years.
On October 31, Uranus will be at its closest point to Earth.
A rare seasonal "blue moon" will take place on May 18. The next one won't be until August 2021.
There are two definitions of "blue moon." Neither involve the moon actually turning blue.
The moon will glow big, bright—and red.
Three separate lunar events will coincide next week.
The second supermoon of the month will glow a spectacular red.
"The elements of this case are odd, at best."