No ol’ shelter-at-home order is gonna keep me inside when a full moon is rising and the sky is clear.
They are calling this one a supermoon, which occurs when the full moon falls near the time of perigee, or closest orbital approach. This month the full moon will appear about 7% larger than it usually does. The point when the moon is directly opposite the sun will occur at 9:35 pm CDT, about 1:15 from the time of this writing.
You may also hear this full moon referred to as the Pink Moon. In many traditions the (usually) 13 full moons of the year are named; here are some of those traditional names from a post I wrote 21 years ago. (This piece has been one of the most popular on that site over the years.) The “Pink” nomenclature comes from the Algonquin / colonial tradition.
The photo is from my iPhone SE, hand-held, at the extremity of electronic zoom. In low light. No wonder it is grainy. Click on the thumbnail for the large version.