Alright, so I was trying to find out when the next full moon is. English sites said 27th of May, today, while Polish sites said 28th of May, tomorrow. The Polish ones that said 28th of may said 01:08AM was the time when the moon was full, suggesting that really it is tonight rather than tomorrow, however I then read this: Moonrise, Moonset and Moonphase for Poland – Warsaw – coming days ^ And it suggests there that it's 01:08AM of the 29th, or am I just reading it wrong? I know it sounds a little random, but could someone explain to me whether it is tonight or tomorrow night? It would mean a lot, thanks. I was tied between posting this here and in Science and Nature, but I figured that this isn't really a question about the full moon itself, but rather a question about the interpretation of the date, so I thought General would be a better choice.