The full moon will be joined in the night sky by Jupiter and Neptune on Saturday (Sept. 10).

The full moon will be visible at 5:58 a.m. EDT (0958 GMT) on Saturday (Sept. 10). The moon is visible for most of the night at this time of the month, rising close to dusk and setting just before dawn. The moon officially becomes a full moon when it appears in the sky fully opposite (180 degrees from) the sun.