This will make it easy for people of all ages to spot Saturn among a sea of countless stars in the night sky.
"With a decent pair of binoculars you'll be able to see that the object you are looking at is not the standard circle shape of a planet", read a statement from Royal Observatory Greenwich quoted by the Express.
Other names for June's full moon include the Hot Moon for its association with the year's highest temperatures, and the Rose Moon for coinciding with blooming flowers.
This is the second of three oppositions in as many months, coming after the Jupiter opposition in May and preceding the Mars opposition in July.
According to a NASA skywatching video, the best time to check out the ringed world is at about midnight.
The full Moon is always a attractive sight in the night sky, but this month it is particularly useful as well.
"The Mars opposition will be July 27, and it will be perhaps the second closest opposition in almost 60,000 years, second only to the opposition of 2003", Samuhel said.