Moon Calendar

 

The moon calendar shown above covers anywhere from 1930 - 2022.

Below is the schedule for all the Moon phases for 2017.  Please note that all the times listed are in Universal Time. You will have to convert the time of day to your particular time zone. For mercury retrograde information click here

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from: http://www.calendar-365.com/moon/moon-phases.html

  "Universal Time (UT) is a time scale based on the rotation of the Earth. It is a modern continuation of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), i.e., the mean solar time on the Prime Meridian at Greenwich, and GMT is sometimes used loosely as a synonym for UTC. In fact, the expression "Universal Time" has obscure meaning, as there are several versions of UT; the most commonly used being UTC and UT1"... The Earth has 24 time zones, but when astronomers mention a time, it’s often “Universal Time.” This article explains how to translate Universal Time to another time zone: "The world is divided into about 24 time zones. We say about because some states, regions or countries shift their times by half an hour from the strict 24 hour divisions. Standard time within most time zones is an integral number of hours offset from a time scale called Coordinated Universal Time (abbreviated UTC), maintained by a large number of very precise “atomic clocks” at laboratories around the world, including the U.S. Naval Observatory. For nontechnical purposes, we can presume that Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is the same as Greenwich Meridian Time (GMT), although their exact definitions differ." To translate UTC into your local time, use the following table: United States |Atlantic Daylight Time|>. subtract 3 hours from UTC| |Atlantic Standard Time|>. subtract 4 hours from UTC| |Eastern Daylight Time|>. subtract 4 hours from UTC| |Eastern Standard Time|>. subtract 5 hours from UTC| |Central Daylight Time|>. subtract 5 hours from UTC| |Central Standard Time|>. subtract 6 hours from UTC| |Mountain Daylight Time|>. subtract 6 hours from UTC| |Mountain Standard Time|>. subtract 7 hours from UTC| |Pacific Daylight Time|>. subtract 7 hours from UTC| |Pacific Standard Time|>. subtract 8 hours from UTC| |Alaska Daylight Time|>. subtract 8 hours from UTC| |Alaska Standard Time|>. subtract 9 hours from UTC| |Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time|>. subtract 10 hours from UTC| |Samoa Standard Time|>. subtract 11 hours from UTC| Europe/Middle East |Greenwich Mean Time|>. same as UTC| |British Summer Time|>. add 1 hour to UTC| |Central European Time|>. add 1 hour to UTC| |Central European Summer Time|>. add 2 hours to UTC| |Eastern European Time|>. add 2 hour to UTC| |Eastern European Summer Time|>. add 3 hours to UTC| |Charlie Time (Mid East)|>. add 3 hour to UTC| |Delta Time (Mid East)|>. add 4 hour to UTC| Australia |Western Standard Time|>. add 8 hours to UTC| |Western Summer Time|>. add 9 hours to UTC| |Central Standard Time|>. add 9:30 hours to UTC| |Central Summer Time|>. add 10:30 hours to UTC| |Eastern Time|>. add 10 hours to UTC| |Eastern Summer Time|>. add 11 hours to UTC| information sources: Wikipedia.org, UniverseToday.com, EarthSky.org