Space.com the moon will be the closest, brightest and largest full moon since 1948! Known as the 'Beaver Moon', this full moon is the second of three consecutive supermoon full moons of 2016 and won't come this close to Earth until November of 2034.
The moon will reach its full peak phase Monday morning at 5:23am, but will be visible the day before and the day after. It's known as the 'Beaver Moon' because it occurs during the time of year in November when hunters would set traps before the water would freeze, according to Space.com.
So grab a jacket and head out to get a view of the full moon! It will definitely be a sight to see.