This doesn’t often happen, but August has two supermoons this year. Also, Saturn will appear to move clockwise around the moon. Here’s the info from CNN:
The full moon will peak at 9:36 p.m. ET on the evening of August 30, but will appear full through Friday morning, according to NASA.
At the end of evening twilight on Wednesday, around 8:42 p.m. ET, the bright glow of Saturn will appear about 5 degrees to the upper right of the moon. Over the course of the evening, Saturn will appear to move clockwise around the moon, according to NASA. At their closest, the two will appear to be about the width of four full moons apart, according to EarthSky.