There are 12 Full Moons in 2019, one in each month of the year. Last year, the situation was quite different, with no full moon in February and two full moons in January and March, creating the phenomenon known as Blue Moon.
This year, one full moon in each month doesn’t mean one full moon for each zodiac sign. Actually, in 2019 there is no full moon in Cancer, but there are two full moons in Libra (March 21st and April 19th).
The first full moon of this year is a special one: on 21st January, there is also a total lunar eclipse, visible in Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian and Arctic Ocean. The second lunar eclipse of the year is on July16th, visible in much of Europe and Asia, Australia, Africa, South-East of North America, South America, Antarctica, Pacific and Indian Ocean. This is a partial lunar eclipse.
Monday, January 21st: Full Moon in Leo (Sun in Aquarius opposite Moon in Leo) More about the January Full Moon
Tuesday, February 19th: Full Moon in Virgo (Sun in Pisces opposite Moon in Virgo). More about the February 2019 Supermoon and Full Moon in Virgo
Thursday, March 21st: Full Moon in Libra (Sun in Aries opposite Moon in Libra)
Friday, April 19th: Full Moon in Libra (Sun in Aries opposite Moon in Libra)
Saturday, May 18th: Full Moon in Scorpio (Sun in Taurus opposite Moon in Scorpio)
Monday, June 17th: Full Moon in Sagittarius (Sun in Gemini opposite Moon in Sagittarius)
Tuesday, July 16th: Full Moon in Capricorn (Sun in Cancer opposite Moon in Capricorn)
Thursday, August 15th: Full Moon in Aquarius (Sun in Leo opposite Moon in Aquarius)
Saturday, September 14th: Full Moon in Pisces (Sun in Virgo opposite Moon in Pisces)
Sunday, October 13th: Full Moon in Aries (Sun in Libra opposite Moon in Aries)
Tuesday, November 12th: Full Moon in Taurus (Sun in Scorpio opposite Moon in Taurus)
Thursday, December 12th: Full Moon in Gemini (Sun in Sagittarius opposite Moon in Gemini)