Full and New Moon - Apogee - Perigee - Eclipses - Lunar Events Calendar Schedule - More

Latest update: October 22, 2020

When is the next full moon? Dates and times listed below, along with the other relevant dates; meteoroid / meteorite showers dates also included.

Full Moon - All Images and Data from NASA

Apogee is when the moon is farthest from the earth.
Perigee is when the moon is closest to the earth.
Calculator (opens in new tab or window).
1 kilometer equals .621371 miles.
1 mile equals 1.60934 kilometers.
ZHR = Zenith Hourly Rate (re: meteoroid/meteorite showers)

A comparison between perigee and apogee.

Years 2020-2021 Moon Phases and Events Calendar

(Dates and Times UTC/GMT +0:00)
Time Zone Map to convert UTC/GMT +0:00 to your time zone.
Do not forget to factor in DST when applicable.
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July 2020
  • 05 Su 04:30 Pen. Lunar Eclipse
  • 05 Su 04:44 Full Moon
  • 12 Su 19:27 Moon Apogee: 404200 km
  • 20 Mo 17:33 New Moon
  • 25 Sa 04:54 Moon Perigee: 368400 km
  • 27 Mo 21:08 Delta Aquarid Shower: ZHR = 20
August 2020
  • 03 Mo 15:59 Full Moon
  • 09 Su 13:51 Moon Apogee: 404700 km
  • 12 We 13:02 Perseid Shower: ZHR = 90
  • 19 We 02:41 New Moon
  • 21 Fr 10:59 Moon Perigee: 363500 km
September 2020
  • 02 We 05:22 Full Moon
  • 06 Su 06:31 Moon Apogee: 405600 km
  • 17 Th 11:00 New Moon
  • 18 Fr 13:44 Moon Perigee: 359100 km
  • 22 Tu 13:31 Autumnal Equinox
October 2020
  • 01 Th 14:05 Full Moon
  • 03 Sa 10:22 Moon Apogee: 406300 km
  • 16 Fr 12:31 New Moon
  • 16 Fr 16:46 Moon Perigee: 356900 km
  • 21 We 05:21 Orionid Shower: ZHR = 20
  • 30 Fr 10:46 Moon Apogee: 406400 km
  • 31 Sa 06:49 Full Moon
November 2020
  • 05 Th 05:50 South Taurid Shower: ZHR = 10
  • 12 Th 05:06 North Taurid Shower: ZHR = 15
  • 14 Sa 03:48 Moon Perigee: 357800 km
  • 14 Sa 21:07 New Moon
  • 17 Tu 11:24 Leonid Shower: ZHR = 15
  • 26 Th 16:29 Moon Apogee: 405900 km
  • 30 Mo 01:30 Full Moon
  • 30 Mo 01:44 Pen. Lunar Eclipse
December 2020
  • 12 Sa 12:42 Moon Perigee: 361800 km
  • 14 Mo 00:35 Geminid Shower: ZHR = 120
  • 14 Mo 08:15 Total Solar Eclipse
  • 14 Mo 08:17 New Moon
  • 21 Mo 02:02 Winter Solstice
  • 22 Tu 09:00 Ursid Shower: ZHR = 10
  • 24 Th 08:32 Moon Apogee: 405000 km
  • 29 Tu 19:28 Full Moon
January 2021
  • 02 Sa 08:59 Perihelion: 0.9833 AU
  • 03 Su 14:47 Quadrantid Shower: ZHR = 120
  • 09 Sa 15:39 Moon Perigee: 367400 km
  • 13 We 05:00 New Moon
  • 21 Th 13:11 Moon Apogee: 404400 km
  • 28 Th 19:16 Full Moon
February 2021
  • 03 We 19:33 Moon Perigee: 370100 km
  • 11 Th 19:06 New Moon
  • 18 Th 10:22 Moon Apogee: 404500 km
  • 27 Sa 08:17 Full Moon
March 2021
  • 02 Tu 05:19 Moon Perigee: 365400 km
  • 13 Sa 10:21 New Moon
  • 18 Th 05:04 Moon Apogee: 405300 km
  • 20 Sa 09:37 Vernal Equinox
  • 28 Su 18:48 Full Moon
  • 30 Tu 06:12 Moon Perigee: 360300 km
April 2021
  • 12 Mo 02:31 New Moon
  • 14 We 17:47 Moon Apogee: 406100 km
  • 22 Th 12:16 Lyrid Shower: ZHR = 20
  • 27 Tu 03:31 Full Moon
  • 27 Tu 15:24 Moon Perigee: 357400 km
May 2021
  • 05 We 01:30 Eta Aquarid Shower: ZHR = 60
  • 11 Tu 19:00 New Moon
  • 11 Tu 21:54 Moon Apogee: 406500 km
  • 26 We 01:52 Moon Perigee: 357300 km
  • 26 We 11:14 Full Moon
  • 26 We 11:19 Total Lunar Eclipse
June 2021
  • 08 Tu 02:27 Moon Apogee: 406200 km
  • 10 Th 10:43 Annular Solar Eclipse
  • 10 Th 10:53 New Moon
  • 21 Mo 03:32 Summer Solstice
  • 23 We 09:58 Moon Perigee: 360000 km
  • 24 Th 18:40 Full Moon
July 2021
  • 05 Mo 14:48 Moon Apogee: 405300 km
  • 06 Tu 02:59 Aphelion: 1.0167 AU
  • 10 Sa 01:16 New Moon
  • 21 We 10:30 Moon Perigee: 364500 km
  • 24 Sa 02:37 Full Moon
  • 28 We 03:17 Delta Aquarid Shower: ZHR = 20
August 2021
  • 02 Mo 07:35 Moon Apogee: 404400 km
  • 08 Su 13:50 New Moon
  • 12 Th 19:11 Perseid Shower: ZHR = 90
  • 17 Tu 09:23 Moon Perigee: 369100 km
  • 22 Su 12:02 Full Moon
  • 30 Mo 02:22 Moon Apogee: 404100 km
September 2021
  • 07 Tu 00:52 New Moon
  • 11 Sa 10:06 Moon Perigee: 368500 km
  • 20 Mo 23:55 Full Moon
  • 22 We 19:21 Autumnal Equinox
  • 26 Su 21:44 Moon Apogee: 404600 km
Data calculations from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center by Fred Espenak and Sumit Dutta. For folks interested in other dates, moon-planet conjunctions, and more; there is NASA's SKYCAL.

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