I hope you got to see last night’s full moon. But if your skies were cloudy, you can get some awesome looks at the March full moon in these photos by EarthSky friends from places all around the world.
The moon turned full Sunday, March 16, at 17:08 UTC, or 12:08 p.m. Central Daylight Time. In the Northern Hemisphere, we often call this full moon the Sap Moon, Crow Moon, Worm Moon or Lenten Moon. For the Southern Hemisphere, this March full moon is the Harvest Moon – the closest full moon to the autumn equinox. Here’s more:
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Eleanor Imster has helped write and edit EarthSky since 1995. She was an integral part of the award-winning EarthSky radio series almost since it began until it ended in 2013. Today, as Lead Editor at EarthSky.org, she helps present the science and nature stories and photos you enjoy. She also serves as one of the voices of EarthSky on social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and G+. She and her husband live in Tennessee and have two grown sons.