This year, a full moon, also known as a "Blood Moon," will appear next weekend.
On Sunday, October 9, there will be a full moon. To the naked eye, it will appear full to nearly full for about three days.
Although it won't be a "supermoon," this moon will still shine brightly for several nights.
Hunter's Moon refers to the full moon following Harvest Moon, which occurs closest to the autumnal equinox.
According to the Algonquin Native American people, there were different names for this moon, and one of the names they gave this full moon is the Travel Moon.
According to NASA, the Dying Grass Moon and the Sanguine or Blood Moon are also names given to the moon.
The full Hunter’s Moon will occur at 4:55 p.m. on Sunday, October 9.