Things are heating up, so feel the fireworks and soak up the power of the full supermoon moon this July.

Take advantage of the upcoming Buck Moon with these tips from celebrity astrologer Kyle Thomas, who spoke to “Good Morning America” about the best ways to manifest confidence this month.

But first, let’s break down the meaning of the Buck Moon.

When is the Buck Moon in 2023?

The Buck Moon will arrive Monday, July 3, 2023, at 7:39 a.m. ET. The moon will appear full for the next few nights, according to NASA.

This is also a supermoon, according to the Old Farmers’ Almanac, and will appear bigger than other full moons this year.

Why is it called the Buck Moon?

According to The Old Farmers’ Almanac, which first began publishing names for full moons in the 1930s, the full moon in July was dubbed the Buck Moon by northeastern Native American tribes because the antlers of male deer, known as bucks, are in “full-growth mode at this time.” Each year, a buck sheds its antlers to regrow larger and more impressive sets as they get older.

The full moon in July is known by several other names related to the time of year, including Berry Moon, Salmon Moon and Thunder Moon.