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Moon Information For July 16 2019 (United States)

Moon July 16, 2019 (United States)

The Moon information shown here applies to Washington, District of Columbia, United States on Tuesday, July 16, 2019. (Local time America/New York)

Moonrise to moonset14h28m
Distance to the center of the Sun152,054,049 km
Distance to the center of Earth396,388 km
Moon ilumination (at midnight)99.5%
Lunar phasewaxing
Current zodiac sign the MoonCapricorn ♑
Moon age (days past new moon)14.1

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According to international time UTC, a lunar eclipse will occur on July 16, 2019 which will be visible in some parts of the world. The following shows the cities in United States from which the eclipse could be visible (note that the following is a short list of some of the main cities, the eclipse may be visible from other cities not listed here). The date and local time of the event shown below.

CityEclipse visible?Phase
Washington, District of ColumbiaNo-
Seattle, WashingtonNo-
Birmingham, AlabamaNo-
Anchorage, AlaskaNo-
Phoenix, ArizonaNo-
Little Rock, ArkansasNo-
Los Angeles, CaliforniaNo-
Denver, ColoradoNo-
Bridgeport, ConnecticutNo-
Dover, DelawareNo-
Jacksonville, FloridaNo-
Atlanta, GeorgiaNo-
Honolulu, HawaiiNo-
Boise, IdahoNo-
Chicago, IllinoisNo-
Indianapolis, IndianaNo-
Des Moines, IowaNo-
Wichita, KansasNo-
Louisville, KentuckyNo-
New Orleans, LouisianaNo-
Augusta, MaineNo-
Baltimore, MarylandNo-
Boston, MassachusettsNo-
Detroit, MichiganNo-
Minneapolis, MinnesotaNo-
Jackson, MississippiNo-
Kansas City, MissouriNo-
Billings, MontanaNo-
Omaha, NebraskaNo-
Las Vegas, NevadaNo-
Manchester, New HampshireNo-
Newark, New JerseyNo-
Albuquerque, New MexicoNo-
New York, New YorkNo-
Charlotte, North CarolinaNo-
Fargo, North DakotaNo-
Columbus, OhioNo-
Oklahoma City, OklahomaNo-
Portland, OregonNo-
Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaNo-
Providence, Rhode IslandNo-
Columbia, South CarolinaNo-
Sioux Falls, South DakotaNo-
Memphis, TennesseeNo-
Houston, TexasNo-
Salt Lake City, UtahNo-
Montpelier, VermontNo-
Virginia Beach, VirginiaNo-
Charleston, West VirginiaNo-
Milwaukee, WisconsinNo-
Cheyenne, WyomingNo-

Moon-Planet Conjunctions

A Moon-planet conjunction occurs when an astronomical object has either the same, or nearly the same, right ascension or the same ecliptic longitude of that of the Moon, as observed from Earth. Check all the conjunctions in July 2019.

Astronomical ObjectsDate and TimeDegrees Apart
Moon and MercuryJuly 4Mercury is 3.3 degrees South of the Moon.
Moon and BeehiveJuly 4Beehive is 0.2 degrees South of the Moon.
Moon and JupiterJuly 13Jupiter is 2.5 degrees South of the Moon.
Moon and Saturn2019-07-16 03:27Saturn is 0.2 degrees North of the Moon.
Moon and AldebaranJuly 27Aldebaran is 2.4 degrees South of the Moon.

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