Lunar Calendar 2019: Discover The Moon Phase TodayWe reveal everything you need to know about the four main phases of Moon in our Lunar calendar 2019. The Moon’s influence is unmissable which is why you must know the Full Moon dates 2019. Are you wondering when is the next Full Moon? Our Lunar calendar 2019 reveals what you need to know about the Moon phases. If you want to know about the current Moon phase, look no further! Moon calendar 2019 helps you track all the Lunar phases of 2019 and reveals the Moon phase today.
Lunar Calendar 2019: Follow the Lunar phases in our Moon calendar 2019
Our 2019 Lunar calendar is an easy way for you to find out the lunar phase for any given month. What is the Moon Phase today? With our 2019 Lunar calendar, you'll find dates for the Full Moon, New Moon, as well as the other important lunar phases. Discover the Moon phase today with our Lunar calendar 2019! What is the Moon phase today?
Lunar calendar 2019: Track the Moon with our Moon calendar
Lunar calendar contents:
- When is the next Full Moon?
- What is the Full Moon?
- What is a New Moon?
- Waxing crescent meaning
- Waning gibbous lunar phase
- How does the Moon affect us?
- What are the names of the Moon phases?
- What causes the phases of the Moon?
- What is a Blue Moon?
- Can there be a month without a Full Moon?
December Full Moon will feature in Gemini. The period of the Full Moon is one of rich rewards for your hard work and dedication. If however, you are feeling lost, the Full Moon Lunar cycle will bring you clarity and new insights into the life path you should embark on. December Full Moon in Gemini is a time for thinking and reflecting on your relationships and what you want from them. The Full Moon on December 12th will bring your emotions to the surface and help you make some big decisions for your future. Be prepared for this event with our Full Moon superstitions and follow our Lunar calendar 2019 carefully.
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Moon phases: What is the Full Moon?
The Full Moon is the lunar phase in which the face of the Moon appears fully illuminated. When the Moon and the Sun are on opposite sides of the Earth, we view the Moon as being full, hence why it's known as the Full Moon. The side facing Earth is completely lit up by the Sun and appears as a disk. The Full Moon occurs once roughly every month as shown in our Lunar calendar 2019. Checking out the Moon phase today will help you prepare for all the major Lunar events.
The Full Moon is a time for enjoying the rewards of our hard work undertaken during the period of the New Moon. If you worked hard during the period of the New Moon, you can look forward to enjoying the fruits of your labor during the Full Moon that follows. The Full Moon is the best known lunar phase and now, thanks to our Moon calendar 2019, you never have to miss another one again!
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The New Moon occurs when the Sun and the Moon are on the same side of the Earth. During a New Moon, the face of the Moon that we see from Earth is not lit up by sunlight. From Earth we are unable to see the New Moon in the sky, unless there’s a solar eclipse, with the Moon positioned directly in front of the Sun.
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Waxing crescent Moon occurs between the lunar phases of the New Moon and the Full Moon. During this waxing lunar phase the Moon appears as a crescent meaning it’s less than half illuminated. Following this lunar phase, the Moon then waxes and grows bigger into what we know as a half-moon. The first half Moon following the New Moon is called the first quarter because the Moon is a quarter of the way though the lunar cycle phases.
The waning gibbous Moon cycle appears after a Full Moon when the Moon is completely illuminated. The term waning means the Moon is getting smaller and gibbous refers to the shape of the lunar body. The waning gibbous Moon can be identified due to its semicircle shape.
How does the Moon affect us?
Moon phases have an effect on the oceans too, and the tides actually change in function with the Full Moon. Humans are 80% composed of water, which explains why the Moon has such strong effects on our bodies. Track the Full Moon dates in our Moon calendar and never miss another lunar event again.
The Moon cycle lasts 29 days and includes 4 important lunar phases which you can follow in our Moon phase calendar:
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The Moon is in the same direction as the Sun, yet the illuminated half is facing away from Earth. The portion that faces Earth is dark.
A week after the New Moon, we can see a quarter of the Moon illuminated.
Two weeks after the New Moon, we see the Full Moon. The Moon is half way through it’s cycle and the illuminated side faces Earth.
Three weeks after the New Moon, we get to see half of the illuminated part of the Moon.
The Moon phases are due to the fact that the Moon orbits Earth, which in turn causes the part we see illuminated to change. When the Moon travels around the Sun, it's also lit up from varying angles by the Sun causing different lunar phases. The Moon orbits the Earth in 27.3 days and each Lunar phase cycle is 29.5 days. Moon phases including the New Moon, First Quarter, Full Moon and Last Quarter are produced once a month.
A Blue Moon is a natural phenomenon in which 2 Full Moons appear in the same calendar month and have a blue appearance due to the dust and smoke particles in the atmosphere! Blue Moons are fairly rare, but are great to see.
The only month that could potentially not have a Full Moon is February and if this occurs, it will be in a leap-year when February only has 28 days. February is the shortest lunar month, so a Full Moon isn't guaranteed.