July's Full Moon
Nicknamed the Buck Moon — will charge across Earth's skies on Wednesday, July 13.
Will reach its peak at about 2:38 p.m. EDT (18:38 UTC) on Wednesday
But the Buck Doesn't Stop Here
The moon will appear bright and full on Tuesday and Thursday night (July 12 and July 14), as well.
Skywatchers May Notice That Moon
Looks even larger and brighter than normal, because for the third month in a row, the full moon will rise as a supermoon
According to Timeanddate.com
Supermoons can appear larger and up to 16% brighter in the sky than the average full moon.
The Last Two Supermoons
Were June's Strawberry Moon and May's full moon, the Flower Moon, which also featured a total lunar eclipse.