Here you can find details of this months full Moon. Don't forget to upload your images to the Facebook group and we will add them to the member images section of the website to showcase them!

Check our Conjunctions page for details on when the Planets appear close together with other night sky objects!

Black Moon - there is no full moon in Februray and this is known as a black moon!

The next full moons are in March.

March 2nd - Full Moon

March 31st - Blue Moon

The scientific name for a Supermoon is Perigee Full Moon. A Supermoon occurs when the full moon is at the closest point of its orbit to the Earth. The Moon will look much closer and brighter.

The Supermoon is normally best viewed as it rises. The best time to view it is when it is just rising, as it will appear to look much larger.

If you are out watch for the International Space Station passing over, details here

Some other great objects can be seen too, check out our Skynotes section for more info!

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Why does the Moon look bigger near the horizon?

A great video below that explains 'The Moon Illusion'