The next full Moon will be midday on Monday, August 3, 2020, appearing "opposite" the Sun (in Earth-based longitude) at 11:59 AM EDT. The Moon will appear full for about three days centered around this time, from late Saturday night through early Wednesday morning.
The Farmer's Almanac first published "Indian" names for the Full Moons in the 1930s, and over time these names have become widely known and used. According to this almanac, as the full Moon in August and the second full Moon of Summer, the Algonquin tribes in what is now the northeastern USA called this the Sturgeon Moon after the large fish that were more easily caught this time of year in the Great Lakes
- Sydney: Tuesday August 4th, 2020 1.58 am
- Hong Kong: Monday August 3rd, 2020 11.58 pm
- Kolkata: Monday August 3rd, 2020 9.28 pm
- Moscow: Monday August 3rd, 2020 6.58 pm
- Paris: Monday August 3rd, 2020 5.58 pm
- London: Monday August 3rd, 2020 4.58 pm
- New York: Monday August 3rd, 2020 11.58 pm
- Los Angeles: Monday August 3rd, 2020 8.58 am.