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.




Moonrise and moonset in May 2018, Livingston


2018 Moon phase Moonrise / moonset Visible surface Distance to Earth
May Rise Set Rise [km]
1 06:44 22:27 98,9 % 394.696
2 07:10 23:33 95,9 % 398.486
3 07:43 91,1 % 401.569
4 00:34 08:23 84,9 % 403.817
5 01:26 09:10 77,4 % 405.143
6 02:10 10:05 69,0 % 405.494
7 02:46 11:06 60,0 % 404.850
8 03:11 03:14 12:12 50,5 % 403.225
9 03:38 13:21 41,0 % 400.670
10 03:59 14:33 31,5 % 397.275
11 04:19 15:47 22,6 % 393.180
12 04:37 17:04 14,6 % 388.575
13 04:55 18:24 7,8 % 383.691
14 05:16 19:46 2,9 % 378.798
15 12:49 05:40 21:09 0,3 % 374.178
16 06:11 22:31 0,4 % 370.109
17 06:50 23:46 3,2 % 366.839
18 07:40 8,8 % 364.566
19 00:49 08:43 16,6 % 363.424
20 01:39 09:57 26,3 % 363.472
21 02:17 11:16 37,1 % 364.696
22 04:50 02:47 12:37 48,3 % 367.006
23 03:10 13:57 59,5 % 370.252
24 03:30 15:15 69,9 % 374.233
25 03:49 16:32 79,3 % 378.712
26 04:07 17:47 87,2 % 383.438
27 First quarter
Crescent Moon
04:26
19:01
93,3 % 388.158
28 04:47 20:13 97,5 % 392.638
29 15:20 05:12 21:21 99,6 % 396.670
30 05:41 22:25 99,8 % 400.082
31 06:18 23:21 98,1 % 402.738

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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