TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Get ready, skywatchers. Thirteen full moons, including four supermoons and a blue moon, will shine bright this year.
The next full moon will be on Friday, Jan. 6 at 6:08 p.m. Space.com reported the January moon is known as the Wolf Moon. It will appear full the night before and after its peak.
NJ.com reported that 2023 will feature four supermoons. A supermoon is when a full moon appears to be slightly bigger and brighter than an average full moon. Skygazers can see supermoons in July, August and September.
Below, you will find a list of when full moons will occur in 2023, according to the Farmers’ Almanac.
|Jan. 6||Wolf Moon||6:08 p.m. ET|
|Feb. 6||Snow Moon||1:29 p.m. ET|
|March 7||Worm Moon||7:40 a.m. ET|
|April 6||Pink Moon||12:34 a.m. ET|
|May 5||Flower Moon||1:34 p.m. ET|
|June 3||Strawberry Moon||11:42 p.m. ET|
|July 3||Buck Moon||7:39 a.m. ET|
|Aug. 1||Sturgeon Moon||2:32 p.m. ET|
|Aug. 30||Blue Moon||9:36 p.m. ET|
|Sept. 29||Harvest Moon||5:58 a.m. ET|
|Oct. 28||Hunter’s Moon||4:24 p.m. ET|
|Nov. 27||Beaver Moon||4:16 a.m. ET|
|Dec. 26||Cold Moon||7:33 p.m. ET|