It is believed that the fully "sturgeon" moon in august 2022 will be shining across the skies this week and it could be a large
bright supermoon according to astronomy experts. Some say it's simply a normal full moon. No matter what its meaning this August'
this August's moon will turn full Thursday night, August. 11. It will be fully full when it sets on Friday night on Aug. 12.
The timing of the event will be a problem for those trying to see Perseid's annual Perseid meteor shower The Perseid
meteor shower is scheduled to peak over Thursday and Friday night -on the same days when the moon is fully.
This means that the moon's bright light will reduce the amount of meteors visible, according to experts.
Aug.'s moon is scheduled to attain its highest point in the midnight around 9:35 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time Thursday
August. 11 located in the New York City region. This means that the moon will appear to be completely full when it shines
through the sky at night on Thursday and when it sets in the eastern-southeastern sky around 8:50 p.m. on Friday.