The moon becomes full on January 28 at 2:18 p.m. EST, although it won't be visible until the evening in North America.
This type of moon marks the start of the winter astronomical calendar.
"This halo around the moon is insane," one Twitter user wrote.
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.
Mercury in retrograde, an unstable new moon cycle, and a conflicting alignment of planets has astrologists like Susan Miller fearing the worst.
The full moon that occurs closest to the fall equinox is traditionally dubbed the "Harvest Moon."
In the Northern Hemisphere, the September equinox marks the beginning of what's set to be quite an eventful astronomical fall.
This is the first Full Corn Moon for three years.
On October 31, Uranus will be at its closest point to Earth.
Sturgeons are large, prehistoric-looking fish that date back as far 136 million years ago.
This weekend, the full moon will pass through the more diffuse, outermost part of the Earth's shadow, called the "penumbra."
Penumbral lunar eclipses occur when the moon passes through the more diffuse part of the Earth's shadow, known as the penumbra.
Penumbral lunar eclipses occur when the outer, diffuse part of the Earth's shadow covers all or part of the moon's surface.
This Friday, a "penumbral lunar eclipse" will be visible from many parts of the world.
May's full moon takes its name from the bounty of flowering of plants visible at this time of year.
The March full moon was the second of four consecutive supermoons this year.
This full moon is the second of four consecutive supermoons in 2020.
"Supermoon" is a popular term for a full moon occurring when our natural satellite is close to its perigee, or its minimum distance from the Earth.
Everything you need to know about the celestial event.
Scientists believe the dynamo ceased after the core fully crystallized.
The full moon in December has traditionally been referred to as the "Full Cold Moon" or the "Long Nights Moon."
Full moon's may appear larger and more orange near the horizon due to the so-called "moon illusion."
September's full moon in the northern hemisphere is known as the "Harvest Moon"—a name that may have originated from ancient Native American traditions.
Full moons are an astronomical phenomenon that occur roughly once a month when the Earth is positioned between the sun and the moon.
Full moons are an astronomical phenomenon which occur around once a month, when the Earth is positioned between the sun and the moon.
The full moon on Sunday will also coincide with Jupiter appearing particularly bright and large in the night sky.
A rare seasonal "blue moon" will take place on May 18. The next one won't be until August 2021.
The full moon came within 221,681 miles of Earth.