Moon Phase November 21 2023: Today, the Moon is in the rising yeast phase. Visible in most of the night sky, setting a few hours before sunrise. This phase is when the Moon is more than 50% illuminated but not yet full. The phase lasts about 7 days and the moon gets brighter day by day until the full moon.
This September full moon is the fourth and final supermoon of 2023. During waxing Gibozo, the Moon rises in the mid-afternoon east and is high in the eastern sky at sunset.
Moon Phase November 21 2023
The word Gibbous first appeared in the 1 th century and has its roots in the Latin word andquot;gibbosusandquot; or a hunchback. Visit the November 2023 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phases for this month.
Phase Details For November 21, 2023
- Phase: Waxing Gibbous
- Illumination: 62%
- Moon Age: 8.50 days
- Moon Angle: 0.55
- Moon Distance: 363,468.97 km
- Sun Angle: 0.54
- Sun Distance: 147,769,722.66 km
Waxing phase Waxing Gibbous on November 21 illumination is 62%.
This is the percentage of the month lit by the Sun. Lighting is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% per day. On November 21st, the Moon will be 8.5 days old. This indicates how many days have passed since the last new moon. The Moon takes 29.53 days to orbit the Earth and go through all 8 lunar phases.
First quarter 62% turned on First quarter is the phase of the moon on November 21, 2023, Tuesday. Seen from Earth, the illuminated part of the surface of the Moon is 62% and growing. 8 days young Moon is in ♓ Pisces.
* The exact date and time for this first quarter phase is November 20, 2023 at 10:50 UTC.
Moon phase on Tuesday November 21, 2023
The current phase of the moon on November 21, 2023 is the waxing glow phase. Today the moon is 8.12 days old and 62.67% illuminated with an inclination of -126. 27°. The estimated distance from the Earth to the Moon is 369,85 . 6 km and the Moon Sign is Pisces. The moon phase on November 21, 2023 is the waxing phase.
This is the phase where the Moon is more than 50% illuminated but not yet 100% illuminated (which would be a full moon). The right side is illuminated in the northern hemisphere and the left side in the southern hemisphere.
The Waxing Gibbous phase, like all phases of the Moon, lasts a little over 7 days. The actual length varies due to the elliptical orbit of the Moon. During this waxing gibbous phase, the Moon rises in the east in the mid to late afternoon and is high in the eastern sky at sunset.
Assuming a clear night, the waxing moon will be visible for most of the night before sunset just before sunrise. Fun fact: The word Gibbous was first used in the 1 th century and comes from the Latin word gibbosus, which means hunchback.