Full Buck Moon 2022: Meaning Behind July's Supermoon

In 2022, the Full Buck Moon will appear in the night sky on Wednesday, July 13.

The buck moon will appear full from Tuesday morning to early Friday, according to NASA. It will reach its peak on Wednesday at 2:48 p.m. ET.

The full moon in July is popularly called the "Buck Moon"

In North America, the traditional names given to the full moons originate from- Native American, colonial American, and European sources.

The July full moon is also sometimes referred to as the "Hay Moon" 

Full Moon also called "Thunder Moon"—is a reference to the frequent thunderstorms that occur in North America in July?

Other traditional names for the July full moon include the Feather Moulting Moon, Salmon Moon, and Berry Moon.