The moon is such an amazing thing to photograph, and your pictures can turn out great if you use the right settings.
I personally like to photograph the moon when it is in a half or quarter shape, rather than a full moon. The pictures look cooler to me when you can see the shadow of the moon's craters, which you can't see in full moon pictures.
Now for the settings:
The pictures I take were taken with a shutter speed of 1/160, an aperture of 10 and an ISO of 400. It is best to take these pictures on a tripod and with a lens 300mm or more, the image above was taken on a 300mm lens but I zoomed in the picture and edited it.
Just use setting similar to this, and it makes it a lot easier if you use a tripod!
Overall, moon photography is some of the most impressive yet simple photos to take, if you have the right settings. Just make sure you pick a clear night with the moon preferably close to the horizon so it is larger!