Hunter’s Moon in Our Sight This Weekend
If you are outside this weekend, you will be able check out the Hunter's Moon which is basically the full moon but even bigger. According to NASA Science, the moon will appear orange when it is near the horizon, a phenomenon that occurs because we are seeing the moon through the haze of the atmosphere. In addition, as the moon rises above the horizon, that orange coloring will fade and it will become its more familiar white. While the moon will appear orange, it will also appear to look bigger and that is because of an optical illusion that NASA calls a "moon illusion."
If you are wondering why it is called the Hunter's Moon it's because it used to be used by Native Americans to tell them that it was the start of the hunting season. Also, it is given that name because it's the first full moon after the Harvest Moon, which is the last full moon before the autumnal equinox.
You should be able to see the Hunter's Moon starting Sunday night and also be able to see it on Monday night and possibly on Tuesday too.