The full moon, known as Hunter's Moon, always follows the Harvest Moon in September. You will be able to see it in the sky on Sunday, October 13, around 5 pm ET.
According to Farmer's Almanac, Hunter's Moon got his name from Native Americans. After harvesting, animals will come to the fields to scrap. With the full moon, it's easier to see deer and other animals and successfully hunt in the dark.
Don't worry if you miss it on Sunday night. The moon will look full for three days, from Saturday morning to Tuesday morning, according to NASA.