Moon phase and times of moonrise and moonset

We can calculate the moonrise, moonset, the moon phase, visible surface of the moon and its distance from the earth for almost any place on Earth and for any date of the year. Select date and a place and see the results.




Porto, Portugal - Moonrise and moonset in June 23, 2021

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2021 Moon phase Moonrise | Moonset Visible moon surface Distance to Earth
Jun Rise Set Rise [km]
1 02:00 12:16 63,1 % 383.149
2 08:26 02:29 13:21 52,8 % 388.017
3 02:54 14:25 42,7 % 392.619
4 03:17 15:25 33,1 % 396.730
5 03:39 16:26 24,4 % 400.175
6 04:01 17:25 16,7 % 402.824
7 04:24 18:26 10,2 % 404.592
8 04:50 19:26 5,2 % 405.433
9 05:19 20:27 1,8 % 405.329
10 11:54 05:54 21:26 0,2 % 404.292
11 06:36 22:22 0,3 % 402.357
12 07:24 23:12 2,3 % 399.589
13 08:20 23:56 6,2 % 396.085
14 09:21 11,8 % 391.978
15 00:34 10:27 19,1 % 387.441
16 01:07 11:33 27,8 % 382.686
17 01:35 12:42 37,7 % 377.953
18 04:54 02:02 13:51 48,4 % 373.502
19 02:28 15:01 59,5 % 369.595
20 02:54 16:15 70,3 % 366.476
21 03:23 17:31 80,4 % 364.347
22 03:56 18:50 89,0 % 363.358
23 Waxing crescent 04:36
20:08
95,4 % 363.586
24 19:40 05:25 21:21 99,1 % 365.027
25 06:25 22:24 99,9 % 367.598
26 07:33 23:15 97,8 % 371.136
27 08:45 23:56 93,0 % 375.417
28 09:57 86,2 % 380.171
29 00:29 11:06 77,8 % 385.109
30 00:57 12:13 68,6 % 389.945
New Moon
First quarter
Full Moon
Last quarter

Notes:

  • Moonrise can take place after the moonset.
  • Moonrise or moonset does not occur in the particular date and / or location. Both situations are pretty normal.
  • The azimuth (0°-360°) is a horizontal angular measurement. The azimuth is the angle between the north vector and the projection of the star or moon down onto the horizon, e.g. if the moon is exactly on the east, then its azimuth is exactly 90°.
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Moon Phases Calendar - June 2021, Porto

The Moon phase cycle repeats on average every 29.53 days. The approximate phase of the Moon can be calculated for any date by calculating the number of days since a known New Moon (such as January 16, 2014) and dividing this number by 29.530588853. The difference between two dates can be calculated by subtracting the Julian Day Number of one from that of the other. The estimation is not exact because it assumes a perfectly circular orbit. The calculation may be off by several hours. The distance of the Moon from the earth varies because of the Moon´s elliptical orbit. The distance usually varies between about 363 345 km and 405 500 km. The closes distance to the earth could be however approximately 357.000 kilometer.

When is the next Super Moon? According to Nolle´s definition of the Super Moon, the distance of the New or Full Moon to the earth should not exceed 361.863 kilometers. The Full Moon on January 21st and on February 19th is the next Supermoon in 2019.


 JanFebMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugSepOctNovDec
1 22:12
2 08:26
3 20:51
4 17:38 11:04 21:15 07:44
5
6 09:38 01:32 12:05
7 01:52
8 14:50
9
10 11:54 02:17
11 19:08 20:01 12:48 01:37
12 03:32
13 05:02 10:23 21:41 04:27
14
15 16:21
16
17 11:11
18 04:54
19 18:49 20:13 08:59 04:37
20 21:03 08:00 15:57
21 14:41 00:54
22 13:02
23
24 19:40 03:37
25
26 12:14
27 08:19 04:33 12:29 02:26
28 19:18 19:50 21:06
29 02:58
30 08:15
31 22:12 14:18
New Moon
First quarter
Full Moon
Last quarter

Moon Phases Calendar 2021

Full Moon Time:
28 January, Thursday 19:18:36
27 February, Saturday 8:19:36
28 March, Sunday 19:50:04
27 April, Tuesday 4:33:05
26 May, Wednesday 12:14:51
24 June, Thursday 19:40:14
24 July, Saturday 3:37:28
22 August, Sunday 13:02:15
21 September, Tuesday 0:54:44
20 October, Wednesday 15:57:41
19 November, Friday 8:59:41
19 December, Sunday 4:37:59