Another full fall moon is set to rise, and it might look a little spookier than normal. 

The Hunter's Moon is the first full moon to occur after the Harvest Moon, according to the Farmers' Almanac. It's one of only two full moon names not tied to a specific month, as the Hunter's Moon can occur in October or November.

This moon possibly signaled that it was time to hunt in preparation for the winter, hence the name Hunter's Moon. 

The Hunter's Moon might look a little bigger and more orange than other full moons — it's set to rise around sunset, giving the moon its hue. 

The Full Hunter’s Moon will reach its peak Oct. 13 at 5:08 p.m. EDT. No binoculars needed to catch a peek. 

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