Can you tell me the full moon names?

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EarthSky // Astronomy Essentials, Science Wire    
Release Date: Jan 23, 2016
For both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, the full moons have names corresponding to the calendar months or the seasons of the year
Some almanacs like to give each month a special full moon name. Other almanacs like to reference full moons relative to seasonal markers, as defined by equinoxes and solstices. Is one way better than the other? No. Both have their roots in folklore. Of course, both the monthly names and the seasonal names necessarily favor either the Northern or Southern Hemisphere. That’s because the moon has different characteristics in the two hemispheres, at opposite times of the year. For example, the Harvest Moon is the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox. So it falls in September or October for the Northern Hemisphere, and it falls in March or April for the Southern Hemisphere.
 
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