Full Moon and New Moon calendar

Keep track of the Full Moon and New Moons throughout the year. The calendar below shows the full and new moons for 2020 and 2021.

The Next Full Moon will be on
August 03, 2020 : 3:59pm UTC

2020 Full Moons and New Moons
January » Full Moon
Jan 10, 2020
19:21 UTC
New Moon
Jan 24, 2020
21:42 UTC
February » Full Moon
Feb 9, 2020
07:33 UTC
New Moon
Feb 23, 2020
15:32 UTC
March » Full Moon
Mar 9, 2020
17:47 UTC
New Moon
Mar 24, 2020
09:28 UTC
April » Full Moon
Apr 8, 2020
02:35 UTC
New Moon
Apr 23, 2020
02:25 UTC
May » Full Moon
May 7, 2020
10:45 UTC
New Moon
May 22, 2020
17:38 UTC
June » June Full Moon Full Moon
Jun 5, 2020
19:12 UTC
June New Moon New Moon
Jun 21, 2020
06:41 UTC
July » July Full Moon Full Moon
Jul 5, 2020
04:44 UTC
July New Moon New Moon
Jul 20, 2020
17:33 UTC
August » August Full Moon Full Moon
Aug 3, 2020
15:59 UTC
Auguat New Moon New Moon
Aug 19, 2020
02:41 UTC
September » Full Moon
Sep 2, 2020
05:22 UTC
New Moon
Sep 17, 2020
11:00 UTC
October » Full Moon
Oct 1, 2020
21:05 UTC
New Moon
Oct 16, 2020
19:31 UTC
Full Moon
Oct 31, 2020
14:49 UTC
November » New Moon
Nov 15, 2020
05:07 UTC
Full Moon
Nov 30, 2020
09:30 UTC
December » New Moon
Dec 14, 2020
16:16 UTC
Full Moon
Dec 30, 2020
03:28 UTC
2021 Full Moons and New Moons Calendar
January » New Moon
Jan 13, 2021
05:00 UTC
Full Moon
Jan 28, 2021
19:16 UTC
February » New Moon
Feb 11, 2021
19:05 UTC
Full Moon
Feb 27, 2021
08:17 UTC
March » New Moon
Mar 13, 2021
10:21 UTC
Full Moon
Mar 28, 2021
18:48 UTC
April » New Moon
Apr 12, 2021
02:31 UTC
Full Moon
Apr 27, 2021
03:31 UTC
May » New Moon
May 11, 2021
18:59 UTC
Full Moon
May 26, 2021
11:13 UTC
June » New Moon
Jun 10, 2021
10:52 UTC
Full Moon
Jun 24, 2021
18:39 UTC


Humans have a strong affinity for the moon. It’s waxing and waning has formed the basis for calendars across continents and cultures. Almanacs charted full moons so farmers could work by its light. The full moon has been affiliated with harvests, festivals, wolves, and insanity. The very word “lunacy” stems from people’s ideas of mental stability and the moon’s phases. Full moons have captured imaginations across cultures and time, and many cultures have named the various full moons. 2020 is notable in that it will not have twelve full moons, but thirteen. The thirteenth full moon is called a blue moon. About every nineteen years, the opposite occurs, in that February will not have a full moon. This is referred to as a black moon. Each moon of the year has its own name and connotations depending on the season.


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