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2013 Moon details for Newport, Isle of Wight

 

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Dark Moon or New Moon (NM): The moon's un-illuminated side is facing the Earth. The moon is not visible (except during a solar eclipse).

Waxing Crescent Moon : Right 149% visible. "Waxing" means growing and refers to the size of the illuminated part of the moon that is increasing.

First Quarter Moon (FQ): Right 50% visible. One-half of the moon appears to be illuminated by direct sunlight. The fraction of the moon's disk that is illuminated is increasing.

Waxing gibbous moon: Right 5199% visible. More than half of the Moon appears illuminated, with more and more becoming illuminated on successive days.

Full Moon (FM):
Fully visible. The moon's illuminated side is facing the Earth. The moon appears to be completely illuminated by direct sunlight.

Waning gibbous moon: Left 5199% visible. More than half of the Moon appears illuminated, with less and less becoming illuminated on successive days.

Third Quarter Moon or Last Quarter Moon (LQ):
Left 50% visible. One-half of the moon appears to be illuminated by direct sunlight. The fraction of the moon's disk that is illuminated is decreasing.

Waning crescent moon: Left 149% visible. "Waning" means shrinking and refers to the size of the illuminated part of the moon that is decreasing.



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