The supermoon came back again over the weekend and people are wondering when the next one is, as well as the same information about full moons.
Supermoons are actually a new or full moon which occurs when the moon is closer to the Earth than usual.
A nice one was seen over the weekend, primarily on July 12.
Another one is coming up soon–on August 10. That full moon is called the Full Buck Moon. It’s supposed to be the closest to the Earth out of the five supermoons this year.
The remaining one is scheduled for September 9.
The full moon dates are scheduled for:
September 8, Full Harvest Moon, 9:38 p.m. EDT
October 8, Full Hunter’s Moon, 6:51 a.m. — the remaining “blood moon” this year
November 6, Full Beaver Moon, 5:23 p.m.
December 6, Full Cold Moon, 7:27 a.m.
For next year, there will be another six supermoons–on January 20, February 18, March 20, August 29, September 28, October 27. All of these are news moons.
There will be two more “blood moons” in 2014–on April 4 and September 28.
Full moons are slated for January 5, February 3, March 5, April 4, May 4, June 2, July 2, July 31, August 14, September 13, October 13, November 11, and December 11.