Moon Calendar 2014

Moon Phases 2013

Moon Phase Date Time
Last quarter January 4, 2013 08:58:56 PM
New moon January 11, 2013 12:45:17 PM
First quarter January 18, 2013 04:45:56 PM
Full moon January 26, 2013 09:40:28 PM
Last quarter February 3, 2013 06:57:36 AM
New moon February 10, 2013 12:22:46 AM
First quarter February 17, 2013 01:31:19 PM
Full moon February 25, 2013 01:28:51 PM
Last quarter March 4, 2013 02:54:39 PM
New moon March 11, 2013 12:54:19 PM
First quarter March 19, 2013 10:27:32 AM
Full moon March 27, 2013 02:30:20 AM
Last quarter April 2, 2013 09:38:53 PM
New moon April 10, 2013 02:38:49 AM
First quarter April 18, 2013 05:32:33 AM
Full moon April 25, 2013 12:59:57 PM
Last quarter May 2, 2013 04:16:36 AM
New moon May 9, 2013 05:31:40 PM
First quarter May 17, 2013 09:36:25 PM
Full moon May 24, 2013 09:27:03 PM
Last quarter May 31, 2013 12:00:19 PM
New moon June 8, 2013 08:59:01 AM
First quarter June 16, 2013 10:25:25 AM
Full moon June 23, 2013 04:33:38 AM
Last quarter June 29, 2013 09:55:21 PM
New moon July 8, 2013 12:16:06 AM
First quarter July 15, 2013 08:19:57 PM
Full moon July 22, 2013 11:16:32 AM
Last quarter July 29, 2013 10:44:43 AM
New moon August 6, 2013 02:51:32 PM
First quarter August 14, 2013 03:57:33 AM
Full moon August 20, 2013 06:45:06 PM
Last quarter August 28, 2013 02:35:47 AM
New moon September 5, 2013 04:36:12 AM
First quarter September 12, 2013 10:09:52 AM
Full moon September 19, 2013 04:12:38 AM
Last quarter September 26, 2013 08:56:12 PM
New moon October 4, 2013 05:34:10 PM
First quarter October 11, 2013 04:03:54 PM
Full moon October 18, 2013 04:37:36 PM
Last quarter October 26, 2013 04:42:04 PM
New moon November 3, 2013 05:49:32 AM
First quarter November 9, 2013 10:58:47 PM
Full moon November 17, 2013 08:16:30 AM
Last quarter November 25, 2013 12:30:21 PM
New moon December 2, 2013 05:22:19 PM
First quarter December 9, 2013 08:13:09 AM
Full moon December 17, 2013 02:29:20 AM
Last quarter December 25, 2013 06:50:20 AM

Moon calendars are known as the types of calendars that are adjusted according to the moon phases. They are commonly recognized as lunar calendars and have been used through the years for religious, cultural and various other purposes. Moon calendars reveal months that correspond on the lunation, which is based on the moon phase for each day. A lunar year is a period consisting of 12 lunations, which is an episode of 354.37 days. There are various calendars that are based on the moon phases such as Islamic, Chinese, Hebrew, Hindu and a few others.

Islamic Calendar:

Islamic calendar is also recognized as the Hijri Calendar and is used to denote various significant events from the past of the Islamic History as well as determining the special holy days and festivals of the Muslims all over the world. Islamic calendar is known to be the only calendar solely based on the lunar phases. There are 354 days in an Islamic calendar and is approximately 11 days shorter than a solar year calendar. Nevertheless, Islamic calendars shift 11 days earlier from the solar year. Each month of the Calendar has 29 or 30 days. Islamic calendars consist of months known as Muharram, Safar, Rabi I, Rabi II, Jumada I, Jumada II, Rajab, Sha'ban, Ramadan, Shawwal, Dhu'l-Qa'dah and Dhu'l-Hijja.

Chinese Calendar:

Chinese calendars are partially associated with the lunar calendars as well as the solar calendars. Chinese calendars are still used today among the countless number of Chinese living all across the world for denoting their major holidays and festivals such as the Chinese New year festival. In a Chinese calendar the months are denoted with reference to the lunar months, where the day begins at 11pm. The first day of each month starts with the occurrence of a new moon. Each year in the calendar typically consists of 12 months. Chinese calendars are recognized as the agriculture calendar or the old calendar in China.

Hebrew Calendar:

Hebrew calendar used in Judaism and is commonly known as the Jewish calendar. This is one of the traditional calendars that is based on the lunisolar phases. Hebrew calendars consist of a 19 year cycle of lunar months to which an extra lunar month is added once in every 2 or 3 years. The addition of the extra month occurs for a total of 7 months in a period of 19 years and this happens due to the 11 days difference between the lunar months and the solar year. This ancient Hebrew calendar has been to known to have developed around the eastern part pf the Mediterranean.

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