Full Moons 2020

 

 

January

Full Moon

 

on the 10th at 7:22pm at 20 Cancer 00

New Moon

 

on the 24th at 4 Aquarius 22

FULL WOLF MOON

at 9:43pm

*LUNAR ECLIPSE* at 24 Cancer 04 at 5:38pm

February

on the 9th at 20 Leo 00

on the 23rd at 4 Pisces 29

at 7:34am FULL SNOW MOON

at 3:33pm

March

on the 9th at 19 Virgo 37

on the 24th at 4 Aries 12

at 5:49pm FULL WORM MOON

at 2:27am

April

on the 8th at 18 Libra 44

on the 23rd at 3 Taurus 24

at 2:27am FULL PINK MOON

at 4:50am

May

on the 7th at 17 Scorpio 20

on the 22nd at 2 Gemini 05

at 10:46am FULL FLOWER MOON

at 5:40pm

June

on the 5th at 15 Sagittarius 34

on the 21st at 0 Cancer 21

at 7:14pm FULL STRAWBERRY MOON

at 6:43am

*LUNAR ECLIPSE* at 6:41am *SOLAR ECLIPSE* at 6:41:15
July on the 5th at 13 Capricorn 38 at 4:46am on the 21st at10 Cancer 38 at 3:16pm

*LUNAR ECLIPSE* at 4:41am BUCK MOON

 

August

on the 3rd at 11 Aquarius 46 at 4:00pm

on the 19th at 26 Leo 35

FULL STURGEON MOON

at 2:43am
September

on the 2nd at 10 Pisces 12 at 5:23am

on the 17th at 25 Virgo 01

HARVEST MOON MONTH

at 11:01am

October

on the 1st at 9 Aries 08 at 9:06pm

on the 16th at 23 Libra

FULL HUNTERS MOON

at 7:32pm

on the 31st at 8 Taurus 38 BLUE MOON at 2:50pm

November

on the 30th at 8 Gemini 38 at 9:31am

on the 15th at 23 Scorpio 18

FULL BEAVER MOON *LUNAR ECLIPSE*

at 5:08am

December

on the 30th at 8 Cancer 53 at 3:29am

on the 14th at 23 Sagittarius 08

FULL COLD MOON

at 4:18pm *SOLAR ECLIPSE*

NEXT BLUE MOON: The expression “Once in a Blue Moon” refers to a month in which Two Full Moons occur and happens only every few years.There will be a “Blue Moon” in the month of October!!

Harvest Moon  A Harvest Moon is no ordinary Full Moon; it behaves in a special way. Throughout the year the Moon generally rises about 50 minutes later each day. Near the autumn equinox the day-to-day difference in the local time of moonrise is only 30 minutes. That comes in handy for northern farmers who are working long days to harvest their crops before autumn. The extra dose of lighting afforded by the Full Moon is what gives the Harvest Moon its name.