The moon doesn't make its appearance over our neighbors' rooftop until about 35 minutes after moonrise.
Tonight's full moon fits the modern definition of a "blue moon." It's the second full moon of the month. An older definition of "blue moon" notes that it is the third full moon out of four within a season.
Is it possible to have only two full moons within three months? Go to earthsky.org for questions and answers about "blue moons" and full moons.