Full Moons take place when Earth's celestial satellite appears as a complete circle in the sky. Newsweek has crafted a guide for when to see Full Moons in 2022.
Total lunar eclipses occur when the sun, Earth and moon form a near-perfect line-up in space.
During a full moon, the side of the moon that faces towards our planet is fully illuminated, appearing like a perfect circle.
The Earth will pass between the sun and the moon this weekend, casting a red shadow over the full moon.
This year, the April full moon is also the Paschal Full Moon, which is used to determine the date of Easter.
This month's full moon marks the last full moon of winter and will usher in the start of astronomical spring.
The light from a bright full moon can create rainbows at night, a phenomenon referred to as a moonbow.
From New York and Atlanta to Paraguay and Pakistan, amateur and professional photographers alike have snapped stunning images of February's full moon.
This month's full moon has many alternative names, with some coming from animals and others reflecting harsh winter conditions.
Skygazers were treated to the first full moon of the year on Monday, and there's still a chance to see the bright orb.
The full Wolf Moon will appear in a matter of days as the first full moon of the year—and yes, its name refers to the behavior of wolves.
NASA declared the past three days a "full moon weekend," with December's Cold Moon the longest and final full moon of 2021 lasting from Friday to Monday morning.
The full moon is December is also referred to as the Frost Moon and the Moon before Yule.
October's full moon, a Hunter's Moon, rose on Wednesday and was marked by spectacular images posted across social media from all over the globe.
In a double treat for skywatchers on Thursday, the Orionids peak in the morning, while Uranus will be seen in the evening in the light of a full moon.
The full moon should be visible for around three days this week due to its monthly orbit around the Earth.
Blood moon, supermoon, strawberry moon and the ring of fire: all impressive names, but what exactly do they mean?
Several east and southeast Asian cultures hold spiritually significant celebrations around the time of the harvest moon.
The Harvest Moon, which is the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox, usually takes place around late September every year.
This August's full moon is also known as a sturgeon moon, because Native American tribes once considered this time of year a prime time for catching the fish.
Also known as the corn and harvest moon, the August full moon is set to rise later this month, but there will be a number of other sky-gazing opportunities before then.
The full moon calendar names all reflect seasonal changes that signal the end of winter and the start of the new spring season.
The full moon that falls in February has several other names, including the Storm Moon and Hunger Moon.
The February full moon will reach peak illumination at 3:17 a.m. ET on February 27.
The moon becomes full on January 28 at 2:18 p.m. EST, although it won't be visible until the evening in North America.
This type of moon marks the start of the winter astronomical calendar.
"This halo around the moon is insane," one Twitter user wrote.
A full moon on Halloween occurs approximately every 19 years, with the feat last happening in 2001.