Flag for Antarctica South Pole, Antarctica — Moonrise, Moonset, and Moon Phases, September 2016

Moon: 31.0%

Waning Crescent

Current Time: Oct 25, 2016 at 5:07:57 AM

Moon Direction: 270° West

Moon Altitude: -12.9°

Moon Distance: 242,398 mi

Next New Moon: Oct 31, 20166:38 AM

Next Full Moon: Nov 15, 20162:52 AM

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Moonrise, Moonset, and Phase Calendar for South Pole, September 2016

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2016Moonrise/MoonsetMeridian Passing
SepMoonriseMoonsetMoonriseTimeDistance (mi)Illumination
1---Moon does not pass the meridian on this day.
2-Down all day-12:05 AM(-8.2°)244,4040.0%
310:28 PM (45°)--12:50 AM(-2.8°)246,5731.4%
4-Up all day-1:35 AM(0.2°)248,5314.7%
5-Up all day-2:18 AM(3.8°)250,1349.9%
6-Up all day-3:01 AM(7.4°)251,23116.5%
7-Up all day-3:45 AM(10.7°)251,68424.4%
8-Up all day-4:29 AM(13.4°)251,38633.2%
9-Up all day-5:15 AM(15.6°)250,27442.7%
10-Up all day-6:03 AM(17.0°)248,34852.6%
11-Up all day-6:52 AM(17.6°)245,67662.7%
12-Up all day-7:43 AM(17.2°)242,40272.4%
13-Up all day-8:34 AM(15.8°)238,74681.5%
14-Up all day-9:27 AM(13.4°)234,99289.3%
15-Up all day-10:20 AM(10.1°)231,45995.4%
16-Up all day-11:13 AM(6.0°)228,46599.1%
17-10:56 PM (204°)-12:07 PM(1.6°)226,28199.9%
18-Down all day-1:01 PM(-2.2°)225,08697.7%
19-Down all day-1:56 PM(-8.3°)224,93792.5%
20-Down all day-2:52 PM(-12.5°)225,76884.7%
21-Down all day-3:49 PM(-15.8°)227,41274.9%
22-Down all day-4:46 PM(-18.2°)229,64563.8%
23-Down all day-5:43 PM(-19.3°)232,23052.1%
24-Down all day-6:39 PM(-19.2°)234,95940.6%
Note: hours shift because the clocks change forward 1 hour. (See the note below this table for details.)
25-Down all day-8:33 PM(-18.0°)237,67529.9%
26-Down all day-9:25 PM(-15.9°)240,27420.4%
27-Down all day-10:14 PM(-13.0°)242,70112.5%
28-Down all day-11:01 PM(-9.5°)244,9296.4%
29-Down all day-11:47 PM(-5.7°)246,9442.3%
30---Moon does not pass the meridian on this day.
* All times are local time for South Pole. Time is adjusted for DST when applicable. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar. Illumination is calculated at lunar noon. Below horizon is marked in red.

Penumbral Lunar Eclipse visible in South Pole on Sep 17

Note that Daylight Saving Time starts on Sunday, September 25, 2016 at 2:00 AM, and this is included in the table above.

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