Sunrise and Full Moon

Its full Moon time again and the August Moon was blessed with glorious weather making viewing of the full moon wonderful. The moon was visible from moon rise to moon set because of the clear skies.

A Sturgeon Moon is set to peak over the horizon later this week when the Moon’s Earth-facing side is completely illuminated by the Sun. This August’s Full Moon will be invisible to the naked eye before it rises at 1.29pm BST tomorrow, on Thursday, August 15. The eighth Full Moon of the year will then peek over the horizon from 8.47pm BST, sinking from view on Friday morning at 6.23am BST

https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/1165274/full-moon-august-2019-what-is-the-sturgeon-moon-full-moon-names-meaning

August Full Moon
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