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Full Moon Calendar – Dates, Times and Names

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The next full moon will occur on November 23rd, 2018 at 12:39 AM ET and will be a Full Beaver Moon.

Need more moon dates and times? Our Moon calendar with full Moon dates, times, and names from the Farmers’ Almanac can be found below for the 2018 and 2019 calendar years.

Have you ever wondered why full Moons were given their interesting names? Learn more about full Moon names and get the fascinating facts behind their meanings!

Want to Learn More About the Moon & Astronomy?

  • Moon phase calendar for upcoming full moons, new moons and more!
  • Astronomy news including a monthly Stargazers Guide and planet sightings

Remember, the Farmers’ Almanac print version also has more information on upcoming best times to view Solar and Lunar eclipses, the planets, meteor showers and more. Get your copy from our online store today!

(Times listed are Eastern Standard or Eastern Daylight where appropriate.)

Full Moon Calendar 2018

Full Moon Date Native American Name Time of Full Moon
November 23rd Full Beaver Moon 12:39 am
December 22nd Full Cold Moon 12:49 pm

Full Moon Calendar 2019

Full Moon Date Native American Name Time of Full Moon
January 21st Full Wolf Moon 12:16 am
February 19th Full Snow Moon 10:54 am
March 20th Full Worm Moon 9:43 pm
April 19th Full Pink Moon 7:12 am
May 18th Full Flower Moon 5:11 pm
June 17th Full Strawberry Moon 4:31 am
July 16th Full Buck Moon 5:38 pm
August 15th Full Sturgeon Moon 8:29 am
September 14th Full Harvest Moon 12:33 am
October 13th Full Hunter's Moon 5:08 pm
November 12th Full Beaver Moon 8:34 am
December 12th Full Cold Moon 12:12 am

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