The full moon calendar 1951

Here you see the full moon calendar with the full moon dates of 1951 and exact times and dates in an overview.

Tuesday23 January 195105:47:00 
Wednesday21 February 195122:12:12 
Friday23 March 195111:49:48 [/]
Saturday21 April 195122:29:54 
Monday21 May 195106:44:42 
Tuesday19 June 195113:35:54 
Wednesday18 July 195120:17:24 
Friday17 August 195103:59:24 [/]
Saturday15 September 195113:38:24 [/]
Monday15 October 195101:50:54 
Tuesday13 November 195116:52:06 
Thursday13 December 195110:30:24 

Time specified in Central European Time (CET) or Summer Time (CEST)

Desk calendar made of chromed metal, from the 1950s. The first full moon as of 1950 was on Wednesday, 04.01.1950.

[**] total lunar eclipse
[*] At this point in time, a partial lunar eclipse takes place.
[+] Blue moon (second full moon within one calendar month)
[/] Penumbral lunar eclipse

Here you find information for calculating the exact time, in particular for countries outside Central Europe:

Full moon telegram 1951

Born at full moon

  • 15.09.1951 – Lisa Fitz, German cabaret artist
  • 15.10.1951 – Roscoe Tanner, American tennis player
  • 13.12.1951 – Ulrike Merten, German politician

Deceased at full moon

  • 13.11.1951 – Hertha Kräftner, Austrian writer (1928-1951)
  • 13.11.1951 – Nikolai Karlowitsch Medtner, Russian composer (1880-1951)
  • 13.11.1951 – Karl Brunner, German politician (1905-1951)

Events at full moon

  • 21.04.1951 – Germany signs trade agreement with Egypt
  • 15.10.1951 – Egyptian government resigns from the mutual aid pact with Great Britain from 1936; King Faruq declares himself as King of Sudan; Britain’s sovereignty of the Suez Canal is not recognised any longer. Therefore, British troops occupy Ismalia on 19th November, where collisions claim 14 lives

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