NASA’s Gordon Johnston said: “The next Full Moon is the Beaver Moon, the Frost or Frosty Moon, the Snow Moon, Kartik Purnima, the Moon of the Boun That Luang Festival and Il Poya.
“The next Full Moon will be on Tuesday morning, November 12, 2019, appearing ‘opposite’ the Sun at 8.34am EST.
“The Moon will appear full for about three days centred on this time, from Sunday evening through Wednesday morning – and possibly early Wednesday evening.”
Here in the UK, the Moon is expected to reach peak illumination around 1.34pm GMT.
If you look at the skies tonight (November 11) the Moon might already seem full but it is in its Waxing Gibbous stage at 99 percent illumination.