The next full moon will appear on May 26, 2021, on Wednesday. It will be opposite the Sun in Earth-based longitude at 7:14 a.m EDT. In addition to that, you will observe the full moon for nearly three days approximately this time. Moreover, the time is from Monday night to Thursday morning.
While this time will be on Wednesday for most of the Earth, It will be before midnight on Tuesday morning for Baker Island and the Pacific Ocean in the time zone just west of the International datelines. In contrast to the international date line, for the pacific ocean and islands, which fall under phoenix island time, west Samoa Time, and Line island time, it will be after midnight on Thursday morning.
The moon will be nearer to the opposite of the sun. Further, it will come across to the northern part of the earth’s shadow mainly for a total lunar eclipse. The sky will be more visible throughout the Americas, the pacific ocean, and Australia from the eastern part of Asia to the vicinity of the moonrise.
For the Washington, DC area, the morning twilight will commence at 4:38 am EDT. The moon will commence moving in the complete shadow of the Earth at 5:45 am. Further, the timing of sunrise will be 5:47 am. Moreover, the moon will set at 5:51 am, including the thin layer to the Moon’s left, darkened by the full shadows of Earth.
For the strip running through the parts of the US, if you are fortunate to have clear skies and a clear view of the horizon for both the rising sun and setting moon, you can get the real sense of your place in an alignment. You can observe the sunrise.