Don't you just love a good moon? We sure do - there's just something magical about that big glowing orb in the sky.
On our earth that's increasingly seeming like a scary place, the moon remains basically untouched and still has that mysterious, mystical beauty about it.
And the first full moon of the decade seems set to be a smasher. Scroll on for all the details - and keep your eyes on the skies!
Ready to look up?The first full moon of the decade is set to appear today!
What do you need to see it?Well, actually, you didn't need any fancy equipment to catch this moon - you just need to know what you're looking for.
It might be hard to spot.Because this moon is going to appear between midday and 4 pm - when the sky isn't particularly dark.
But it's worth looking out for.Because we're set to have a penumbral eclipse during this, the first full moon of the decade.
It's different from a total lunar eclipse.It's so named because the moon moves into the Earth's outer shadow - which is called the penumbra.
This causes the moon to look super dark.Think of a penumbral eclipse as a sort of mini-version of a total lunar eclipse.
It'll be a darker shade than the usual full moon.But not the typical deep red tone of a proper lunar eclipse.
It's set to last for 4 hours.
via: ShutterstockAnd it'll be best visible overnight in Europe, Africa, and parts of Asia and Australia.
North America will have a harder time.
via: ShutterstockBecause the moon will be best visible during the first 4 hours of the afternoon - meaning way more light pollution.
So where's the best place to see it?
via: ShutterstockApparently residents of parts of Alaska, eastern Maine and parts of northern and eastern Canada are best placed for a view.
The first full moon of the year gets a special name, too.
via: ShutterstockIt's called the "wolf moon," which anyone has to admit is a pretty metal name.