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The new moon.

At 01:06:05 UT Thursday 01 August 2019
the moon’s phase was

NEW

Time Zone:   

Some factors that go into this equation:

Universal Time is 1.11805555555556 in decimal hours.
The Julian date was 2458696.5001.
The sun’s ecliptic longitude was 128.511357038606 degrees.
Its mean anomaly was 206.6004837781 degrees.
The moon’s mean longitude was 318.351648 degrees.

These calculations incorporate the switch to the English New Style (N.S.)—i.e., Gregorian— calendar after Wednesday, 02 September 1752; the next day became Thursday, 14 September, skipping eleven days. (Please also note that, while fairly accurate, these calculations remain a bit buggy.)

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