Lunar Calendar 2013

Our Lunar Calendar 2013 includes the dates, names, and times of all new moons, first quarter moons, full moons and last quarter moons occurring in 2013. The 2013 lunar calendar is a calendar that is based on cycles of the moon phases. Lunar calendars have been used since ancient times. Evidence of lunar calendars dates back as far as 32,000 years ago. Some artifacts from the Ice Age include sticks, reindeer bones and mammoth tusks with marks that academic scholars believe depict the days between moon phases. The most common purely lunar calendar is the Islamic calendar.

Lunar Calendar 2013 Times

The 2013 lunar moon calendar dates are expressed in Coordinated Universal Time (UT), or Greenwich Mean Time, the international basis for other time zones. If your local time zone is currently on Daylight Saving Time or Summer Time, please add one hour to the standard times listed in the full moon calendar tables. To create a lunar calendar 2013 based on times in your city, please use the Time Zone Converter. You may also simply subtract five (5) hours to get to U.S. Eastern Time.

Lunar Calendar 2013 Dates

The 2013 lunar calendar is expressed in Coordinated Universal Time and includes the dates, names, and times of all new moons, first quarter moons, full moons and last quarter moons occurring in 2013.

YearNew MoonFirst Quarter MoonFull MoonLast Quarter Moon
2013   Jan 5 03:58
2013Jan 11 19:44Jan 18 23:45Jan 27 04:39Feb 3 13:57
2013Feb 10 07:20Feb 17 20:31Feb 25 20:26Mar 04 21:53
2013Mar 11 19:51Mar 19 17:27Mar 27 09:28Apr 3 04:37
2013Apr 10 09:36Apr 18 12:32Apr 25 19:58May 2 11:15
2013May 10 00:29May 18 04:35May 25 04:25May 31 18:59
2013Jun 8 15:57Jun 16 17:24Jul 23 11:33Jul 30 04:54
2013Jul 8 07:15Jul 16 03:19Jul 22 18:16Jul 29 17:44
2013Aug 6 21:51Aug 14 10:57Aug 21 01:45Aug 28 09:35
2013Sep 5 11:37Sep 12 17:09Sep 19 11:13Sep 27 03:56
2013Oct 5 00:35Oct 11 23:03Oct 18 23:38Oct 26 23:41
2013Nov 3 12:50Nov 10 05:58Nov 17 15:16Nov 25 19:29
2013Dec 3 00:23Dec 9 15:12Dec 17 09:29Dec 25 13:48

Popular Full Moon Calendars

Some popular full moon calendars, in addition to the 2013 Lunar Calendar, include the following: Moon Calendar 2011, Moon Calendar 2012, Moon Calendar 2013, Moon Calendar 2014, Moon Calendar 2015, Moon Calendar 2016, Moon Calendar 2017, Moon Calendar 2018, Moon Calendar 2019, Moon Calendar 2020.

You can also check out our Full Moon Calendar, Lunar Calendar, Lunar Eclipse Calendar and Solar Eclipse Calendar!

Start and Length of the 2013 Lunar Calendar

Lunar calendars differ as to which day is the first day of the month. For some lunar calendars, such as the Chinese calendar, the first day of a month is the day when an astronomical new moon occurs in a particular time zone. For others, such as some Hindu calendars, each month begins on the day after the full moon or the new moon. Others were based in the past on the first sighting of a lunar crescent, such as the Hebrew calendar.The average length of the synodic month is 29.530589 days. This requires the length of a month to be alternately 29 and 30 days (termed respectively hollow and full). The tabular Islamic calendar’s 360-month cycle is equivalent to 24×15 months minus a correction of one day.