The full “sturgeon” moon of August 2022 will be glowing in the night sky this week,

It might be another big and bright supermoon, according to some astronomy experts.

Others say it will be just an ordinary full moon.

The August moon will officially be turning full Thursday night, Aug. 11, and will also be 100% full when it rises in the sky Friday night, Aug. 12.

The timing will be bad for anyone trying to view the annual Perseid meteor shower,

Which is scheduled to reach its peak overnight Thursday and overnight Friday, the same two days the moon will be full.

As a result, the bright moonlight will cut down on the number of meteors that will be visible, experts say.

The August moon will officially reach its fullest phase at night — at 9:35 p.m.