Today's Moon Phase

Full Moon - 23:54 UTC

Sep 20

Full Moon - 23:54 UTC ↓

Illumination: 100%

Waning Gibbous

Sep 21

Waning Gibbous ↓

Illumination: 99%

TODAYWaning Gibbous

Sep 22

Waning Gibbous ↓

Illumination: 96%

Waning Gibbous

Sep 23

Waning Gibbous ↓

Illumination: 92%

Waning Gibbous

Sep 24

Waning Gibbous ↓

Illumination: 86%

Moon phase today

Today: Wednesday, September 22, 2021

• Moon Phase: Waning Gibbous ↓

• Illumination: 96%

• Moon Age: 16.44 days

• Moon Angle: 0.5

• Moon Distance: 398,196.692 km

• Moonset: 08:11:10

• Moonrise: 19:56:33

• Sun Angle: 0.53

• Sun Distance: 150,106,120.416 km

• Sunrise: 06:45:45

• Golden Hour Ends: 07:29:43

• Sunset: 19:03:01

• Golden Hour Starts: 18:19:02

• Length of day: 12h 17m 16s

September 2021
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Moon tonight

19:00

Waning Gibbous

96%

20:00

Waning Gibbous

96%

21:00

Waning Gibbous

96%

22:00

Waning Gibbous

96%

23:00

Waning Gibbous

96%

Moon phases for September 2021

New Moon

New Moon

Sep 7

0:52 UTC

First Quarter

First Quarter

Sep 13

20:41 UTC

Full Moon

Full Moon

Sep 20

23:54 UTC

Last Quarter

Last Quarter

Sep 29

1:58 UTC

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    8 Comments
  • Michael Coats
    08-02-2020 at 19:18 UTC

    Are the times given for the phases of the moon local for me, CDT, Eastern time, EDT, or GMT?

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    • Marvin McIntosh
      05-17-2020 at 04:12 UTC

      You need to have a milage conversation distance.

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      • R. A. Heddinger
        01-31-2020 at 18:56 UTC

        Thank you for simple and direct information on the moon phases!

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        • Frank Pike
          01-09-2020 at 05:31 UTC

          Miles instead of kilos would be better, especially as we are now out of Europe!

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          • Xeno
            12-01-2019 at 08:13 UTC

            A toggle for miles instead of km or just adding that in parentheses would be great for US users.

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            • Bernadette
              09-24-2019 at 06:38 UTC

              The last few nights I have seen something under the moon, a planet? Further left a very bright star? What am I seeing?

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              • Xeno of TrueStrangeNews
                12-01-2019 at 08:18 UTC

                This app message board hates quotes apparently. The free app is called Stellarium.

            • Jane Gordon
              07-11-2019 at 14:25 UTC

              I need to download the phase of the moon on any given date. Is there a way to connect to this site and do that?

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              • peter sinclair-gunn
                01-29-2019 at 06:34 UTC

                Thankyou for all you have helped me

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