Are you ready for 2021’s only “Blue Moon?” Many people during this time of the year are outside enjoying a vacation in northern hemisphere, August’s full Moon or the “Sturgeon Moon, is one of the most popular of the year. 

Why it is called a Blue Moon, which will it actually look orange and when and where to stand and stare at the dramatic rise of August’s “Blue Sturgeon Moon.”


A Blue Moon, the name is given when there is an extra Full Moon within a certain period of time.

The Blue Moon will be at its full peak on Sunday, August 22 at 8:02 a.m. Eastern Time.

Early morning is not generally when you get an good view of the Moon viewing time, but fans can be rest assured. The Blue Moon will glow reaching maximum fullness in the night sky on Saturday and Sunday nights, August 21 to August 22.


The milky moon will be seen glowing up in the sky as usual. You need to just step outside once after 7 pm and you will spot it. The best time to see the Blue Moon occurs after it’s completely dark currently at about 9 pm The Moon will bright and full on both days Saturday, August 21, and Sunday, August 22. Viewers will have an change to see the Blue moon twice.

The Blue Moon is will be completely visible to the naked eye so long as there is night. You can take yourself to a high point which will enhance your experience of watchin the celestial event. If you have a telescope or binoculars you will be able to watch this event more closely.

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