When is the full moon? | When is the next full Moon
When is the full moon | When the moon appears as a full circle in the sky then a full moon occurs? As the entire side of the Moon facing the Earth is illuminated by the Sun’s rays, we see it as a complete revolution.
The Moon does not produce any visible light of its own, so we can only see parts of the Moon that are illuminated by other objects.
Some light comes from distant stars and the reflection of light from Earth (known as ‘earthshine’).main source of light for the Moon is the Sun.
When is the next full Moon?
The next full moon is on 12 August at 2.36 am in the UK. Sometimes it is known as a (Sturgeon Moon).
When is the full moon | all the full Moon dates in 2022
Full Moon calendar 2022
Full Moon date and time with Full Moon name
- 17 January (11.48 pm) Wolf Moon
- 16 February (4.56 pm) Snow Moon
- 18 March (7.18 am) Worm Moon
- 16 April (7.55 pm) Pink Moon
- 16 May (5.13 am) Flower Moon (lunar eclipse)
- 14 June (12.51 pm) Strawberry Moon (supermoon)
- 13 July (7.38 pm) Buck Moon
when is the full moon in August
- 12 August (2.36am) Sturgeon Moon
when is the full moon in September
- 10 September (10.59 am) Corn/Harvest Moon
when is the full moon in October
- 9 October (9.55 pm) Hunter’s Moon
when is the full moon in November
- 8 November (11.02 am) Beaver Moon
when is the full moon in December
- 08 December (4.08 am) Cold Moon
All times show the time of the full Moon at either GMT or BST
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