From now until December, skywatchers can also take in meteor showers and the convergence of two of the brightest planets.
A supermoon and two meteor showers -- here's where you can view them and what times will be best to do so!
The Harvest Moon is so named because it's the full moon closest to the first day of fall, which lands on Sept. 22.
NASA experts predict bursts of meteors falling from the sky at a rate of between 150 and 200 per hour on Thursday and into Friday.
The moon gets this name because bucks sprout their antlers this time of year.
The sun, Earth and Mars will perfectly line up this weekend.
A meteor shower courtesy of Halley's Comet will move across the sky Thursday and Friday morning.
The Denver Astronomical Society is joining the 'dark skies' movement to help reduce light pollution.