Full Moon Finder Help

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The Old Farmer‘s Almanac Full Moon Finder app lets you find upcoming full Moon dates and times in North America.

  • Enter a location in the U.S. or Canada by ZIP or Postal Code, or with City, State.
  • Swipe left or right to navigate (day by day) to see the percentage of illumination.
  • Tap on Next Full >> to find upcoming full Moon dates/times.
  • To go back or to see the Moon on any day of the month, tap on the date button and a monthly calendar will pop up.

Definitions

Days Old refers to the Moon's age, which is the number of days since the previous new Moon. (The average length of the lunar month is 29.53 days.)

% lit refers to the appearance of the Moon and how much of the Moon's surface you can see illuminated.

The Full Moon‘s Name

Historically, Native Americans kept track of the seasons by giving distinctive names to the recurring full Moons. Each full Moon name was applied to the entire month in which it occurred.

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Hello. Are you still

By Daniel Lamoureux

Hello. Are you still supporting this app on iPad 2? I see that it is not listed on my device as an iPad app, only iPhone. I'm happy that the location setting is working properly, but the date on my iPad version continues to default to Octibet 6. I can set the correct date, but it always reverts to Oct. 6. It does seem to work correctly on my iPhone. Thank you.

Love the history of the moon

By Terita

Love the history of the moon and it's effect on planting and humans

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