Moongiant - Moon Phase Calendar (2022)

This calendar shows the Moon Phase for every day in the current month of October 2022. The first day starts with a phase that is illuminated. Explore this October Moon Phase Calendar by clicking on each day to see detailed information on that days phase. Also see more information about the Full Moon and New Moon in October 2022 including local viewing times.

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Understanding Moon Phases

Let’s start with some interesting facts. It takes the Moon 29.53 days to orbit completely around the Earth in a full lunar cycle. During this time, the Moon will go through each phase. Since the Moon’s orbital journey takes a little less than a full month, when you click on future dates you’ll notice that–depending on the exact number of days in that month–the Full Moon occurs a day or two earlier each month.

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It’s the Moon’s journey as it orbits around Earth that creates the predictable dance between light and shadow. And while the changes may seem slow, on any given day the amount of Moon illuminated by the Sun can vary by as much as 10-percent. The illustration above shows the range of illumination for today - October 02, 2022. The illustration is set to your computer’s clock and therefore gives you an accurate reading for your own particular time zone.

The four main Moon phases in order are the New Moon, First Quarter Moon, Full Moon and Last Quarter Moon. These phases occur at very specific times and are measured by both the Moon’s luminosity and how far along the Moon is in its orbit around Earth.

The New Moon Phase occurs when the Moon is completely dark with zero-percent luminosity, while the Full Moon Phase is completely bright with 100-percent luminosity. The First and Last Quarter phases happen when the Moon is exactly half illuminated, with 50-percent luminosity. When people say “today is a Full Moon” it’s important to remember that doesn’t mean the Moon is full all day long, only that the Full Moon Phase occurs on this day. In reality, the exact moment of the Full Moon can be timed to the second. To learn more about the exact time of the Full Moon and the current Full Moon info, check out these Current Full Moon times.

The remaining four Moon phases occur at halfway points between the main phases. Unlike the main phases, these minor phases don’t happen at a specific time or luminosity, rather they describe the Moon’s phase for the entire time period between each main phase. These interim phases are Waxing Crescent Moon, Waxing Gibbous Moon, Waning Gibbous Moon and Waning Crescent Moon. The illustration below shows all eight main and minor Moon phases and where they occur in the lunar cycle.

Moon Phases In History

Imagine a Neanderthal peering out of his cave some dark summer night as the Full Moon rises above the horizon. Nothing on Earth was quite like this strange brilliant object arcing through the night sky. What did he think it was? It’s not hard to imagine how the Moon became the source of many religions, myths and legends throughout the ages.

The Greeks were among the first to take a scientific look at the Moon and her phases. Around 500 BC Greek philosopher and astronomer Pythagoras carefully observed the narrow boundary line—the terminator—between the dark and light hemispheres of the Moon. Based on how the terminator curved across the surface of the Moon, he correctly surmised the Moon must be a sphere.

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A few centuries later, around 350 BC, Aristotle took Pythagoras observations even further. By observing the shadow of the Earth across the face of the Moon during a lunar eclipse, Aristotle reckoned that the Earth was also a sphere. He reasoned, incorrectly however, that the Earth was fixed in space and that the Moon, Sun and Stars revolved around it. He also believed the Moon was a translucent sphere that traveled in a perfect orbit around Earth.

It wasn’t until the 16th century that our understanding of the Solar System evolved. In the early 1500s Astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus developed a model of the Solar System where Earth and the other planets orbited around the Sun, and the Moon orbited around Earth. One hundred years later Italian Astronomer Galileo used one of the first telescopes to observe the terminator and deduced from the uneven shadows of the Waning Crescent Phase that the Moon’s surface was pocked with craters and valleys and ridged with mountains.

These observations were revolutionary. Copernicus and Galileo upended the long-held Aristotelian view of the heavens as a place where Earth was the center of the Universe and the Moon was a smooth, polished orb. Telescopes and new minds helped scientist understand that the Earth and planets orbited around the Sun and the Moon was a battered and cratered satellite held in our own orbit.

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FAQs

What are full moon dates 2022? ›

When is the full moon? Calendar dates for 2022
DateNameGMT
August 11Sturgeon Moon01:36 Aug. 12
September 10Harvest Moon09:59
October 9Hunter's Moon20:55
November 8Beaver Moon11:02
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What moon phase is best for fertility? ›

Evolution of lunar synchronization

A recent study found that ovulation occurs, on average, 12.4 days before menses onset. If menstruation starts near the full moon, women's most fertile phase would occur near the new moon.

What kind of moon is it tonight 2022? ›

Moon Phase Today: October 02, 2022

The Moon's current phase for today and tonight is a Waxing Crescent Phase. A Waxing Crescent is the first Phase after the New Moon and is a great time to see the features of the moon's surface.

Which moon phase is today? ›

Today's Moon is First Quarter.

With our 2022 Moon Phase Calendar, you'll find when the next new Moon, first quarter, full Moon, or last quarter is happening—for all 12 months of 2022—customized to YOUR zip code.

Is there any special moon in 2022? ›

The first supermoon of 2022 appeared in June and the third and final of the year will rise in August.

Is Full Moon Party Cancelled 2022? ›

Partygoers will be happy that the full moon parties are back in full swing this year. The dates for the Koh Phangan Full Moon Party in 2022 are as follows: Monday, 16 May 2022.

Which phase is most fertile? ›

During ovulation, the mature egg in the dominant follicle is released from the ovaries and is ready for fertilization. A woman is most fertile during ovulation.

What are the 3 most fertile days? ›

When you know your average menstrual cycle length, you can work out when you ovulate. Ovulation happens about 14 days before your period starts. If your average menstrual cycle is 28 days, you ovulate around day 14, and your most fertile days are days 12, 13 and 14.

Can a full moon get you pregnant? ›

Many people think that since a woman's body is made up mostly of water and that menstruation and ovulation basically follow a lunar cycle, it makes sense that the moon affects conception and childbirth. But so far there isn't any really convincing evidence.

Why is the moon so orange tonight 2022? ›

So a rising full Moon look orange because you're viewing it through a lot of atmosphere—for the same reason a setting Sun looks reddish. The next full Moon is the “Hunter's Moon” on Sunday, October 9, 2022. After that it's the “Beaver Moon” on Monday, November 8, 2022.

Why does the moon look orange tonight 2022? ›

When the moon begins its ascent into the sky, it may look a burnt orange hue. This is because there is a thicker layer of the Earth's atmosphere along the horizon compared with directly above our heads, according to EarthSky.

Is tonight a Blue Moon 2022? ›

There are no blue moons in 2022. The next blue moon will be in August 2023.

Why is it called pink moon 2022? ›

Despite not actually being pink, this moon got its name from the Maine Farmer's Almanac, which began publishing the Native American name for these lunar phases throughout the years. Thus, the almanac suggested that April's full moon be called Pink Moon after the blooming of the creeping phlox (or moss pink) herb.

Is tonight a supermoon 2022? ›

Is the Sturgeon Moon 2022 a supermoon? Yes, August's full Moon, the Sturgeon Moon in 2022 is a supermoon, and the third (and last) supermoon of the year! Supermoons are categorised when the Moon is at 360,000km or less away from Earth in its orbital path, and we'll often have two or three full supermoons in a row.

Why is Super moon special? ›

Supermoons are awaited events because the moon is 17% bigger and 30% brighter in comparison to when the moon is at its farthest point away from the earth. Supermoons are slightly bigger and brighter than most full moons, as well.

How much money should I bring to a Full Moon Party? ›

How much is a ticket to the Full Moon Party? The cost to get into the Full Moon Party is 100 Baht. You pay this on entrance to the town area of Haad Rin.

How expensive is Full Moon Party? ›

How much does a Full Moon Party entry ticket cost? The cost is 200 Baht per person to get into the Full Moon Party. You pay for it at the entrance to Haad Rin beach.

How long does a full moon last 2022? ›

The full moon after next will be Thursday night, Aug. 11, 2022, at 9:36 p.m. EDT. The Moon will appear full for about three days, from Wednesday morning through Saturday morning.

Can I get pregnant 7 days after my period? ›

For a person whose ovulation timing hovers near the average, it would be possible to get pregnant by having sexual intercourse as early as day 7, right after a period, and sometimes while still bleeding.

When can a woman not get pregnant? ›

Women can't conceive after their menstrual cycles stop, usually sometime in your 40s or 50s. Men produce sperm throughout their lives, but women are born with a set number of eggs that decreases as you age.

How can I conceive a baby girl? ›

According to this method, to increase the chance of having a girl, you should have intercourse about 2 to 4 days before ovulation. This method is based on the notion that girl sperm is stronger and survives longer than boy sperm in acidic conditions. By the time ovulation occurs, ideally only female sperm will be left.

How can you conceive twins? ›

Conception happens when a sperm fertilizes an egg to form an embryo. However, if there are two eggs present in the womb at the time of fertilization or the fertilized egg splits into two separate embryos, a woman can become pregnant with twins.

Can I get pregnant 5 days after my period? ›

You have a short menstrual cycle

Sperm can live up to five days in fertile cervical mucus. That means they can stick around for a few days until your body does release an egg during ovulation. If you have a short menstrual cycle, you may be fertile soon after your period ends.

What is a moon baby? ›

What is a babymoon? A babymoon is similar to a honeymoon, in that it's a celebratory vacation. But instead of spending alone time with your spouse after getting married, you're enjoying quality time together before the birth of a new baby. This trend has grown in popularity.

What months are best to conceive a boy? ›

Nature is designed to favour the conception of boys from September to November and girls from March to May because of an evolutionary mechanism aimed at keeping the overall sex ratio as near to 50:50 as possible, the scientists said.

What is a moon pregnancy? ›

Though nobody can be sure of when a baby will be born, some Moon lore suggests that births are more likely to occur 7 days before through 7 days after a Full Moon. In fact, many cultures believe that the full Moon's pull on a woman's amniotic fluids increases the chances of giving birth at this time.

What does the Bible say about a blood moon? ›

“The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and terrible day of the Lord,” – Joel 2:31. “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and notable day of the Lord.” – Acts 2:20.

What causes a blood moon? ›

Yet, instead of going dark, the moon turned a dramatic red. Also known as a "Blood Moon," this happens because the sunlight shining directly onto Earth passes through the atmosphere and is projected onto the moon — giving it a red tone during the eclipse.

What happens when the moon turns orange? ›

An orange moon means the shorter wavelengths of light are being filtered away. This could be due to the low position on the horizon causing the light to go through more atmosphere, smoke in the air, or pollution.

What kind of moon is it tonight orange? ›

Across the United States and especially in places with clear skies, a full moon that signals summer is nearing its end will be visible. Because of the way light travels through the atmosphere and the moon's location on the horizon, the moon appears reddish orange.

What is the rarest moon? ›

Just like the saying 'once in a blue moon', this three-in-one occasion is something very rare; so rare that the last time this phenomena occurred was more than 150 years ago in 1866! In astronomy, a blue moon takes places when there are two full moons in a single calendar month.

Will there be a pink moon in 2022? ›

Each month's full moon has a popular nickname, and the pink moon is on April 16, 2022. NASA says the moon will reach its peak fullness at 2:55 p.m. EDT Saturday afternoon -- before the sky gets dark enough for us to see it.

Is there a black moon in 2022? ›

This year's Black Moon will occur on Apr. 30, 2022. Across the southeast Pacific and southern South America, the Black Moon will partially eclipse the sun. Roughly 64% of the sun's disk will be blotted out at most, according to NASA (opens in new tab).

How many full moons do we have in 2022? ›

Published: Jan. 01, 2022, 9:30 a.m.

Does the full moon affect your mood? ›

For the most part, a full moon doesn't cause people to become more aggressive, violent, anxious, or depressed. There does seem to be a link between the phases of the moon and changes in symptoms of bipolar disorder.

What date is next full moon? ›

The next full Moon will occur on Sunday, October 9, 2022 at 4:55 PM EDT, and is known as the Hunter's Moon. Learn more about this month's full Moon by watching our short video below: Our full Moon calendar below tells you dates, times, and unique names given to each.

What is the rarest moon? ›

Just like the saying 'once in a blue moon', this three-in-one occasion is something very rare; so rare that the last time this phenomena occurred was more than 150 years ago in 1866! In astronomy, a blue moon takes places when there are two full moons in a single calendar month.

What month will have 2 new moons? ›

The next time there's a second New Moon in a single calendar month is in April, with the New Moon on April 30, 2022 a Black Moon—and also a partial solar eclipse (see below). For most people in the world this is the only Black Moon in 2022.

What causes a Blood Moon? ›

Yet, instead of going dark, the moon turned a dramatic red. Also known as a "Blood Moon," this happens because the sunlight shining directly onto Earth passes through the atmosphere and is projected onto the moon — giving it a red tone during the eclipse.

What is moon sickness? ›

In 2008 British researchers found a link between the lunar cycle and what doctors call “medically unexplained stroke symptoms,” where patients develop complaints such as headaches, numbness and coordination issues but have nothing physically wrong with them.

Why do I feel crazy during a full moon? ›

Full Moons Can Make You Feel More Anxious

The moon is at peak visibility, and it's forming an intense opposition aspect with the sun during this phase — which can definitely cause us to feel tension. "Because of its intensity, [the full moon] can make us feel anxious, manic, and emotional," Dr.

Why do I cry during full moon? ›

It intensifies feelings

At the same time that a full moon can magnify an astrological sign's natural characteristics, it can also make people feel things more intensely. This can be good or bad, depending on your state of mind when the full moon rises.

What shouldn't you do during a full moon? ›

What not to do during full moons, according to an astrologer
  • Seek new beginnings. “This is a time of releasing, welcoming closure, and allowing things to complete,” says Alejandrez-Prasad. ...
  • Initiate intense discussions. ...
  • Consume mind-altering substances. ...
  • Overextend your schedule. ...
  • Rush the process.
16 Nov 2021

What should I eat on full moon day? ›

During this period, avoid the consumption of fried and spicy food.” The best time to start the diet is during the full moon. It consists of a 24-hour fast in which you consume only boiled water, green tea and fresh juices made from fruits like cranberry, watermelon, lemon etc. that have diuretic properties.

What time is the Strawberry moon 2022? ›

When can I see the Super Strawberry Moon? Technically, the full Moon will 'peak' in the UK on 14 June at 12.51pm BST.

Why is the Moon orange tonight 2022? ›

So a rising full Moon look orange because you're viewing it through a lot of atmosphere—for the same reason a setting Sun looks reddish. The next full Moon is the “Hunter's Moon” on Sunday, October 9, 2022. After that it's the “Beaver Moon” on Monday, November 8, 2022.

How long does a full moon last? ›

Technically, the point at which the Moon is “full” lasts only an instant. To the naked eye, though, the Moon can appear to be full for upwards of three days. Also, the exact time of full moon can occur at any time of the day, even during the middle of the day, as you can see from the table of full moon times for 2020.

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