The July 2013 supermoon is a prelude to a Blue Moon. The July 2013 full moon presents the second full moon after the June solstice. Normally, there are only three full moons in one season – the period of time between a solstice and an equinox, or vice versa. However, in 2013, four full moons take place in between the June solstice and the September equinox.
The third of four full moons to fall in one season will occur on August 20-21, 2013, and many will call this particular full moon a Blue Moon.
July’s Buck Moon Phase Dates & Times 2013
All dates and times are PDT.
|New Moon: July 8, 12:14 P.M.|
|First Quarter: July 15, 8:18 P.M.|
|Full Moon: July 22, 11:16 A.M.|
|Last Quarter: July 29, 10:43 A.M.|
Check out this link for a more in-depth visual of July’s Moon Phases.
To make sure you don’t miss the next full Moon, see our Full Moon Dates and Times chart.
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- Drill down to more astronomical details on the Data page
- Get notification 24 hours before new, full, and quarter moons
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July’s Full Moon | The Full Buck Moon
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