It will be the fourth of what some are calling the Blood Moon, and Supermoon, of the year, which has been claimed to be a sign of the end of the world.
On the early morning of September 28, the Moon will be extra close to the Earth, leading to what is called a Supermoon. Because of its proximity, the full Moon will be lit up extra bright, especially at around 2am.
But, soon after, the Moon will start to disappear. It will get completely eclipsed by about 3am, as the Earth stands between it and the Sun. It won't be visible again until about 4.30am.