Full moon on Christmas first since 1977

- For the first time since 1977, there will be a full moon on Christmas Day. 

You will be able to see it best at 6:11 a.m. Christmas morning. This has happened only three times in the 20th century and it will occur 5 times total in the 21st century.

The next time you'll be able to see a full moon on Christmas Day will be in 2034.

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