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A Baker's Dozen of Full Moons ~ 2016 - 2017
    ~ Adjustable Full Moon Dates & Information

Updated Oct 1, 2016 by J McCaul

Full Moons are a frequently researched event. Regardless of the audience, be it scientist, housewife, student or gardener, everyone wants to know the date so that he/she can take advantage of the energy of the day/night. Full Moons are intriguing, mysterious and, in many ways, like a beautiful sunny day, only at night.

When is the Next Full Moon?

Below is a table displaying the current Full Moon dates, times (GMT), zodiac sign that the Full Moon will be in and the seasonal representative name given by some Native American cultures. With a complete year of information, finding the next Full Moon date just got easier without a lunar calendar. The hours for the Moon Event can be changed to your time zone. This information can be used in conjunction with the Moon Phase - Lunar Calendar or Void of Course - Astrology Calendar. Although Eclipses always fall on the day of a New Moon (Solar) or a Full Moon (Lunar), they are less frequent and listed on a different page. The Eclipses can also be time zone adjusted.

Today is October 25, 2016 20:50 GMT
ZodiacDateUT (+0)Name
AriesOct 16, 20164:25 amHunter Moonspacer
TaurusNov 14, 20161:53 pmBeaver Moonspacer
GeminiDec 14, 20160:07 amCold Moonspacer
CancerJan 12, 201711:36 amWolf Moonspacer
LeoFeb 11, 20170:34 amSnow Moonspacer
VirgoMar 12, 20172:55 pmWorm Moonspacer
LibraApr 11, 20176:09 amPink Moonspacer
ScorpioMay 10, 20179:44 pmFlower Moonspacer
SagittariusJun 09, 20171:11 pmStrawberry Moonspacer
CapricornJul 09, 20174:09 amBuck Moonspacer
AquariusAug 07, 20176:13 pmSturgeon Moonspacer
PiscesSep 06, 20177:04 amCorn Moonspacer
AriesOct 05, 20176:41 pmHarvest Moonspacer
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To reset - click button without changing the time zone.

To adjust the Full Moon times for your time zone, add or subtract the number of hours your time zone is from 0 UT. If you live in the western hemisphere (mostly the Americas) you would subtract the number of hours from the time shown on the table. Most of the eastern hemisphere will add hours to the time shown in the table.

To read more about Full Moons and their names, read the articles linked below.