List of all Full Moons in 2017. Get accurate full moon 2017 timings, dates, days until countdowns and other full moon should know information.

Full moon 2017 - Accurate Full Moons 2017 Calendar?

There are a total of twelve full moons in 2017. All of them are listed below, you may get more details and days until countdown to any full moon of 2017 by clicking its link.
Full Moons In 2017Timings in UTC
January 12 201711:34 PM
February 11 201700:32 AM
March 12 201702:53 PM
April 11 201707:08 AM
May 10 201710:42 PM
June 9 201702:09 PM
July 9 201705:06 AM
August 7 201707:10 PM
September 6 201708:02 AM
October 5 201707:40 AM
November 4 201705:23 AM
December 3 201703:47 PM


The full moon or full moon is a lunar phase that occurs when our planet is located exactly between the Sun and the Moon . At this time the elongation angle or phase of the moon is 0° and the lighting is 100%.

The visible hemisphere of the Moon reaches its greatest illumination not possible to distinguish in detail the accidents of its surface due to the absence of shadows, but is ideal for watching some rays radiated crater time. This phase occurs at 14 days about the new moon. At this time the Moon reaches an apparent magnitude of -12.55.

Thinking that the moon completes its orbit around the Earth in just 27'322 days (sidereal month) as a result of the orbital motion of the Earth around the Sun, it takes about two more days until Earth, Moon and the Sun acquire the same equidistant geometry. On average the number of days between two similar lunar phases (eg, between a full moon and the next) is on 29'531 days. This period is called the lunar month, lunar month, or synodic month. The actual number of days in a lunar month can vary between 29.272 and 29.833 because the speed of the Moon and Earth are not constant in their elliptical orbits, and because they interact gravitationally with other bodies in the solar system.

A full moon usually the length of an entire night. This is a misleading both because the moon as seen from Earth is getting bigger or smaller. Their maximum happens when the expansion is stopped, and when the graphical inclination of the tangent is zero. Anywhere, over half of the absolute maximum, the full moon will be potentially visible, as the other half during the day when the full moon is below the horizon. Many almanacs not only list the full moon date, but also for its exact time (usually GMT). Typical calendar month that includes the phases of the moon can be different data by time zone.