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Is there a month with with two full moons


Moon cycle is about 28 1/2 days, so every so often there is a month with two full moons. This happens "once in a blue moon". Hence the expression

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What causes the full moon?


The moon would be almost invisible to us if it wasn't illuminated by the sun. When the moon is full the sun isn't impeded by any shadow cast by the Earth. At other times the Earth casts a shadow across the moon starting at one edge and advancing until it is dark and then the shadow retreats until the moon is again full.

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The easiest way to set the moon dial is to find out when the last full moon was, then turn the moon dial by hand to where the moon is straight up under the 15, then move it clockwise on click per day since full moon. If the last full moon was last Fri., and today is the following Tues. then you would move it a click for sat., one for sun, one for mon. and one for Tues. If you try to turn the dial, and it resists, wait till a couple hours later. Hope this helps

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No. The last full moon was December 6, 2014 and the next full moon is January 5, 2015. December 22, 2014 is a new moon.

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Is it a full moon on 12/16" 2014


No. The full moon was December 6, 2014. The next full moon is January 4, 2015. See Full Moon Calendar Dates and Times for 2014 2015 and 2016

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The full moon was December 6, 2014. The next full moon is January 4, 2015. See Full Moon Calendar Dates and Times for 2014 2015 and 2016

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July is there a full moon


Since the moon orbits the Earth every 27 days, *every* month has a full moon...some have two.

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When if the moon full each month


The full moon varies when it arrives. A blue moon is the second full moon in a calendar month. The full moon has nothing to do with when you will have your baby.

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The sun lights up half of the moon. Depending on where the moon is in its orbit around the earth, we see anywhere from all of the lit half (full moon) to none of it (new moon). See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lunar_phase

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