Will there be a full moon in September 2021?
Is September 2021 a full moon?
The next full Moon will be on Monday evening, Sept. 20, 2021, at 7:55 p.m. EDT. The Moon will appear full for about three days around this time, from Sunday evening through Wednesday morning.
What is the moon in September 2021?
|Moon Phase||Date||Time of Day|
|New Moon||September 6||6:52 P.M.|
|First Quarter||September 13||2:41 P.M.|
|Full Moon||September 20||5:54 P.M.|
|Last Quarter||September 28||7:58 P.M.|
What day in September is the full moon?
The Harvest Moon will be full on Saturday Sept. 10 at 5:59 a.m. Eastern Time (0959 Universal Time), according to the U.S. Naval Observatory (opens in new tab) — two days after making a close approach to Saturn.
What happens to your body on a full moon?
Their heart rate and blood pressure were both lower during full and new moons. Plus, their heart rates returned to normal levels more quickly during full and new moons. In this study, researchers concluded that humans were more physically efficient during full and new moons.