Tonight at sundown will see first Christmas full moon since 1977
When the moon turns full at 6:11 this morning, this will be the first Christmas full moon since December 25, 1977, when even the gas stations and convenience stores were closed all day on the holiday.
And that’s not all.
The full moon will continue after sundown as well. Civil twilight after sunset in Williston begins at 17:20 and ends at 17:51. At 17:51, the full moon can be seen again for those who sleep in this morning. The full moon will last until 7:29 Saturday, which will be sunrise.
The next Christmas Day full moon will be in 2034.