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Blue Moon on July 31, 2015

The night skies will be graced by a special full Moon on Friday, July 31, 2015 - a Blue Moon. Despite the name, the Moon will probably not turn blue. Instead, Friday's full Moon will be the second full Moon to take place in July. Two full Moons in the same calendar month happen only once every two to three years.

Other types of Blue Moon

All New Fun Holidays

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We have added hundreds of new fun holidays to our ever-growing list of holidays and celebrations around the world.

Visit our extensive Fun Holidays section, and find all the odd, wacky, offbeat, and of course, fun holidays you can celebrate all year long.

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August 11, 2015: Perseids to Peak

On August 11, look up the sky, and you will be treated to some spectacular celestial fireworks as the Perseid meteor shower peak around the same time as a new Moon.

The Perseids are one of the most widely awaited meteor showers of the year.

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Time Zone News

▶ Cayman Islands Introduce DST

▶ No Clock Change in Uruguay This Year


Did You Know...

...that just like the second full Moon in a calendar month is called a Blue Moon, a second new Moon in a month is called a Black Moon?

Dates of upcoming Black Moons


Tip of the Month

Traveling across time zones? Use our new Time Zone Duration Calculator to find out how long you have traveled. It calculates the duration between two times in different places, taking their time zones into account.
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