2014 Mar 16
The Moon will reach full phase – the third full moon of winter 2014, traditionally called the Lenten Moon in the English-speaking world.
As at any time when the Moon reaches full phase, it will be brighter than at any other time of the month, and will also be visible for much of the night on account of lying almost directly opposite the Sun in the sky.
Over the nights following 16 March, the Moon will rise a little under an hour later each day so as to become prominent later in the night. Within a few days, it will only be visible in the pre-dawn and early-morning sky. By the time it reaches last quarter, around a week after full moon, it will rise at around midnight and set at around noon.
At the moment when the Moon reaches full phase, it will lie at a declination of -00°55′ in the constellation Virgo.