The spookiest season of all just got even more special this year, as Florida will see two full moons this October.

The Florida skies will be illuminated Thursday, October 1 and Saturday, October 31 by full moons.

This will also be the first full moon on Halloween in several years.

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Full moons in October

With clear conditions, you’ll be able to catch the celestial shows at 5:05 p.m. on October 1, and 10:49 a.m. on October 31.

The first full moon is called a Micro Full Moon, as it will appear slightly smaller and less than usual.

Halloween’s full moon is known as a Blue Moon, though not because of its color.

A Blue Moon is calculated as the third full moon in an astronomical season.

Trick or treaters will be for quite a surprise this season, so be sure to step outside and admire the glowing skies this month.

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