Wild hearts can’t be broken—and neither can their spirits. On Sunday, October 16, the year’s only full moon in courageous Aries will rock the skies. Along with being its fiery, badass self, this year’s Aries full moon is ALSO a potent supermoon—meaning it’s at its closest possible point to earth, causing it to appear up to 30 percent brighter.
The full moon/supermoon in Aries is also known as a Hunter’s Moon or Travel Moon, since it is the first full lunation to follow September’s Harvest Moon. The full moon/supermoon in Aries is set to rise just after sunset and sets near sunrise, making this is the only night in October when the moon will hover in the sky all night long, according to the Old Farmer’s Almanac. For all you stargazers out there, the moon will reach its full lunation around 12:24 a.m. EST.