13 full moons, including two supermoons and one blue moon, to appear in 2020


Full moons appear on average every 27.3 days and will be in the sky 13 times this year. Of those 13 full moons, two will be supermoons.

The first full moon, a wolf moon, will appear on January 10th.

The moon will appear full Thursday night and peak Friday.

The two supermoons will occur on March 9th and April 7th. A supermoon appears larger because it has become full when its orbit is closer to the earth.

October will have two full moons, making the second a “blue moon” that will be glowing on Halloween.