Wondering when the moon will be at its fullest, brightest point in 2021? This year, full moons will occur on Jan. 28 (wolf moon), Feb. 27 (snow moon), March 28 (worm moon), April 27 (pink moon), May 26 (flower moon), June 24 (strawberry moon), July 24 (buck moon), Aug. 22 (sturgeon moon), Sept. 20 (corn moon), Oct. 20 (hunter's moon), Nov. 19 (beaver moon), and Dec. 19 (cold moon). This lunar phase is caused by the moon facing the opposite side of the Earth as the sun, making it fully visible and bright.
Supermoons, which will occur three times this year, happen when the moon is near its closest approach to the Earth, making it look even larger and brighter than usual. Look out for the Supermoons on April 27 (pink moon), May 26 (flower moon), and June 24 (strawberry moon).