Mercury and Uranus will be close enough together to see at the same time with a pair of binoculars.
The July full moon is also known as the Salmon Moon, Raspberry Moon, Thunder Moon, and Hay Moon.
Mercury and Venus will be close to each other in the night sky.
The full moon of August is also known as the Lynx Moon, Grain Moon, and Lightning Moon. It is also a supermoon this time.
The Perseid meteor shower appears to originate in the constellation Perseus.
This is the second full moon in the month of August and it will be closest to Earth in its elliptical orbit.
The full moon falls closest to the autumnal equinox this year instead of in October. The September new moon is also known as the Corn Moon, Barley Moon, and Wine Moon.
The Moon will mostly cover the Sun resulting in a ring around the Moon.
The Orionids meteor shower appears to originate from the constellation Orion.
The Earth's faint outer shadow (penumbra) is cast on the Moon. It can be seen from the east coast of the U.S.
The full moon of October is also known as the Falling Leaves Moon, Freezing Moon, and Drying Rice Moon.
The full moon of November is also known as the Frost Moon, Mourning Moon, and Darkest Depths Moon.