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Moon Phase Calendar from the Farmers' Almanac

Find moon phase information for upcoming full moons, new moons and more!

Important: The moon phase calendar is intended as a general guide and is not always indicative of the precise time a certain phase will occur. For exact dates and times of upcoming full moons, please visit this page »

For information on full moon names and their meanings, click here »

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April 2019 Moon Phases

Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
 
Apr
1

Waning Crescent
11% of Full

Apr
2

Waning Crescent
6% of Full

Apr
3

Waning Crescent
2% of Full

Apr
4

New Moon
0% of Full

Apr
5

New Moon
0% of Full

Apr
6

Waxing Crescent
2% of Full

Apr
7

Waxing Crescent
7% of Full

Apr
8

Waxing Crescent
13% of Full

Apr
9

Waxing Crescent
20% of Full

Apr
10

Waxing Crescent
30% of Full

Apr
11

Waxing Crescent
40% of Full

Apr
12

Waxing Gibbous
51% of Full

Apr
13

Waxing Gibbous
63% of Full

Apr
14

Waxing Gibbous
74% of Full

Apr
15

Waxing Gibbous
83% of Full

Apr
16

Waxing Gibbous
91% of Full

Apr
17

Waxing Gibbous
97% of Full

Apr
18

Full Moon
100% of Full

Apr
19

Full Moon
100% of Full

Apr
20

Waning Gibbous
97% of Full

Apr
21

Waning Gibbous
92% of Full

Apr
22

Waning Gibbous
86% of Full

Apr
23

Waning Gibbous
78% of Full

Apr
24

Waning Gibbous
69% of Full

Apr
25
Waning Gibbous, 60% of full

Waning Gibbous
60% of Full

Apr
26
Last  Quarter Moon, 50% of Full

Last Quarter Moon
50% of Full

Apr
27
Waning Crescent, 41% of Full

Waning Crescent
41% of Full

Apr
28
Waning Crescent, 32% of Full

Waning Crescent
32% of Full

Apr
29
Waning Crescent, 23% of Full

Waning Crescent
23% of Full

Apr
30
Waning Crescent, 16% of Full

Waning Crescent
16% of Full

 

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