January 2023 Lunar calendar
Observe the phases of the moon with our handy lunar calendar. Is tonight New, Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, Full, Waning Gibbous, Last Quarter, Waning Crescent, or Old moon? Please note, these calendars were created based on Central Standard Time (US and Canada), and while they are accurate for most, they can be off by a day depending on your location. Check out our moonrise/moonset calculator
for accurate results specific to your city/location
January 2023 moon phase calendar
8 stage lunar calendar. Moon phase calendar with USA holidays January 2023
. If you prefer your calendar blank, then try out our classic blank calendar
. 8 phases at a glance (new, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full, waning gibbous, last quarter, waning crescent). January 2023 with moon phases calendar. Know when is the next full moon
Did you know? Wolf’s Moon – The first Full Moon of the year is named after howling wolves. The name came form the fact that wolves howl more during their breeding season, which is in January and February.
Sleek 4 stage blank lunar calendar. Blank moon phase calendar January 2023
. A simple 4 stage (new , first quarter, last quarter, full ) version with just the 4 main segments at a glance. January 2023 with phases of the moon calendar. Know what is the moon phase today
moon phases January 2023. Is tonight a full moon? This moon calendar features the current segment (new, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full, waning gibbous, last quarter, waning crescent). Please note that these dates are an estimation. The exact time could be the day before or the day after.
January 2023 moon phases calendar with USA holidays
Simple 4 stage moon calendar with USA holidays January 2023
(new , first quarter, last quarter, full ), and U.S. Holidays/Observations.
Mankind has always been enamored with the night sky. Mark your calendar, grab a telescope, your family, and make an evening out of it. I'm certain the kids will enjoy looking at all the craters. Enjoy gazing at our wonderful stars in the night sky. How many of these special monthly full moons have you seen? More moon phase info