According tomedia reports, there will be 13 full moons in 2020, not 12. Two of the full moons will appear in October. The first full moon will appear on October 1, 2020, starting at 5:05 p.m. EST. Because the moon is very close to the autumn ethon, this is the harvest month of 2020. Whether you can see a full moon depends on how covered and located the clouds are.
The second full moon of the month occurs on Halloween on October 31. Although full moons don’t happen very rarely on Halloween, they haven’t happened in some places for years. It is reported that in some time zones, every 19 years Halloween will appear a full moon.
It is reported that the full moon on Halloween eve will begin to form at 10:49 am EST.