The red planet and moon will be in the same direction as seen from Earth on Thursday morning. As a result, they seem to converge in the sky. Astronomers call this phenomenon a conjunction.
Plus the full moon on Thursday morning. And because the Earth is not between the Moon and the Sun, it does not cast a shadow on the Moon. Because Mars is so far away, the red planet appears to be passing behind the full moon around 6 am. About an hour later, the planet will be visible again from Earth.