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2071 Full Moon Calendar with 12 full moons

The Full Moons 2071 Calendar is an overview of the full moons in 2071 and lunar eclipses that will occur during the year.

A full moon occurs when the Earth is between the Sun and the Moon, so the moon looks completely illuminated. It happens about once a month or 29.53 days on average, also called a  synodic month.

Photo of full moon for the date and times of the Full Moon Calendar 2071

The full moon calendar of the full moon dates in 2071 shows the exact times and dates when they will happen in the U.S. Eastern Time Zone adjusted for Daylight Savings Time for part of the year.

Full Moon Calendar for 2071

The dates and times of the 2071 full moons are:

Full Moon 2071Date & TimeMoon SignSeason
Super Wolf MoonJanuary 15, Thu, 9:35 PMCancerWinter
Super Snow MoonFebruary 14, Sat, 8:33 AMLeoWinter
Super Worm MoonMarch 15, Sun, 9:18 PMVirgoWinter
Full Pink MoonApril 14, Tue, 9:56 AMLibraSpring
Full Flower MoonMay 13, Wed, 11:24 PMScorpioSpring
Full Strawberry MoonJune 12, Fri, 1:36 PMSagittariusSpring
Full Buck MoonJuly 12, Sun, 4:25 AMCapricornSummer
Full Sturgeon MoonAugust 10, Mon, 7:39 PMAquariusSummer
Full Harvest MoonSeptember 9, Wed, 10:51 AMPiscesSummer
Full Hunter’s MoonOctober 9, Friday 1:23 AMAriesAutumn
Full Beaver MoonNovember 7, Saturday 1:47 PMTaurusAutumn
Full Cold MoonDecember 7, Mon 1:57 AMGeminiAutumn

Lunar Eclipses

The dates of the lunar eclipses are:

  • Penumbral Lunar Eclipse: March 15, 2071 at 9:29 PM
  • Penumbral Lunar Eclipse: September 9, 2071 at 11:03 AM

Equinoxes and Solstices

The dates of the equinoxes and solstices are:

  • Spring Equinox (Vernal): March 20, 2071 at 8:36 AM
  • Summer Solstice: June 21, 2071 at 1:21 AM
  • Autumnal Equinox: September 22, 2071 at 5:39 PM
  • Winter Solstice: December 21, 2071 at 2:05 PM

What are the phases of the moon?

The four primary lunar phases are the new moon, the first quarter, the full moon, and the last quarter.

A new moon is the first lunar phase, which occurs on average about once a month or 29.53 days. The moon itself is not visible, though you may be able to “see” it because it blocks the visibility of the stars behind it.

A full moon occurs when the Earth is directly between the Sun and the Moon, allowing the moon to appear illuminated entirely. It happens about once a month, or 29.53 days on average.

The first quarter moon occurs between the new moon and the full moon, and the last quarter moon occurs after the full moon and before the next new moon.


The dates and times provided by NASA in United States Eastern Time adjusted for Daylight Saving Time for part of the year in the United States (USA). Since you may be in a different time zone, the exact dates may shift for your calendar.