Yada’ Yah
Volume 2: Invitations to Meet God
...Walking to Yahowah
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Miqra’ey – Invitations to Meet God
Yahowah’s Appointment Schedule...

God’s children are asked to attend seven annual meetings with their Heavenly Father. Spread out over the course of seven months, these family gatherings serve as prophetic signposts, dating, explaining, and facilitating the path to Yahowah’s home. The Miqra’ey work as a cohesive whole, serving as God’s seven-step plan to perfect and reconcile us so that we can live with Him.

To properly date these meetings with God, we must recognize that during the nearly 6,000 years of human history prior to mechanization, new moons were used to designate the first day of each new month. It was the best way to keep time, and it worked no matter where someone lived. Then, to adjust the lunar method of reckoning time with the solar year, Yahowah called the first month of His annual calendar “Abyb.” The word describes the formation of young barley ears, the first grain to form in the Spring in Yisra’el. Yahowah’s year thus began as the first crescent moon emerged after the formation of barley kernels. For all practical purposes, that is the new moon closest to the vernal equinox, around March 20th each year.

The annual journey from human oppression to the Promised Land, and to camping out with God, begins on the fourteenth day of Abyb with Pesach / Passover—which means that it always occurs on the brightly lit nights of a full moon. This is immediately followed by Matsah / Unleavened Bread and Bikuwrym / FirstFruits, transpiring over the course of three successive days. We become immortal on Passover, freeing us from the consequence of sin which is death. We are redeemed on Unleavened Bread, where a ransom is paid to deliver us from the penalty of sin—which is separation from God. The result, at least for those who observe these appointments with Yah, is a FirstFruits harvest of souls. It is God’s gift to us, whereby the purified and ransomed once reborn Spiritually rise up and come into the presence of our Heavenly Father.

Seven sevens later, at the Mow’ed Miqra’ / Called-Out Assembly Meeting of Shabuwa’ / Seven Sabbaths, a grand party is held where everyone is invited regardless of race, sex, age, geographic location, religion, or social status. Those who have answered the summons, and who are the beneficiaries of Pesach, Matsah, and Bikuwrym are enveloped in Yahowah’s Set-Apart Spirit, enlightening and empowering us to become witnesses to the other guests, and then to the world.

On the first day of the seventh month, on the Mow’ed Miqra’ of Taruw’ah / Trumpets, Yahowah’s Spirit-filled troubadours are called to signal a warning and to shout for joy. The blaring proclamation is to those who are unaware of these meetings, and do not know that attendance at the next one, Yowm Kippurym, is a life or death decision. And the joyous music is in hopeful anticipation that many will answer each new invitation, and enjoy God’s company—now and forever.

Ten days later, on the Day of Reconciliations, all humankind is given a choice. We can come into the presence of our Spiritual Mother and be completely reconciled into Yahowah’s family, living eternally with our Heavenly Father in His home. Or, we can choose not to attend the meeting, or simply ignore the summons. The consequence, according to the Creator and turned Judge, is that upon their death, such individuals will have their souls, or consciousness, diminished to the point of nonexistence. The message is simple and fair: if you do not value God sufficiently to answer His call to life, He will respond in kind—and death will be the end of your existence.

The desired result of Yahowah’s seven-step plan of salvation occurs five days later on the Called-Out Assembly Meeting of Sukah / Shelters. This Festival Feast known as “Tabernacles” and “Tents,” is a time where we get to campout with God. It depicts eternal life with our Heavenly Father in His home.

Consistent with Yahowah’s plan of six, representing mankind, in addition to God who is one, yielding a perfect result, as denoted by seven, there are six steps in the Scriptural plan of salvation which lead to a time of perfect companionship with our Creator. And so it will be, after six thousand years of struggle and strife, humankind will spend the Millennial Sabbath with Yahowah, on planet Earth restored to resemble the Garden of Eden.

So by way of review, the first three Miqra’ey / Invitations to be Called-Out and Meet with God, Pesach / Passover, Matsah / Unleavened Bread, and Bikuwrym / FirstFruits, occur over three successive days in the Spring: on the 14th, 15th, and 16th day of the lunar month of Abyb (sometimes called Nisan and transliterated Abib or Aviv). During them, we are to eat lamb with bitter herbs, consume bread without yeast for seven days, and drink wine—all in remembrance of Yahowah’s provision—His gifts of eternal life, redemption, and adoption. And as with every Festival Feast, we should use these opportunities to read God’s Word—especially those portions directly attributable to the events we are celebrating—in this case, Yahowsha’s Passover sacrifice, His Unleavened Bread separation, and His FirstFruits return.

The first three Miqra’ey were fulfilled, played out in human history, by the Ma’aseyah Yahowsha’. He ate Passover with His disciples after sundown on Thursday, March 31st, 33 CE. He served as the Passover Lamb on Friday, Abyb 14, 4000, which was April 1st, 33 CE on our pagan calendar. He fulfilled the promise of Unleavened Bread, removing the penalty of sin from our souls, the following day on the Sabbath of Abyb 15, 4000, which we know as Saturday, April 2nd, 33 CE. And Yahowsha’s soul was freed from She’owl and reunited with Yahowah’s Spirit in celebration of FirstFruits on Abyb 16th, 4000. It was April 3rd, 33 CE.

Seven times seven days after Bikuwrym, we are invited to attend the Festival of Seven Sabbaths, referred to as Pentecost in Greek for “Fifty.” It was fulfilled on schedule on Sivan 6, 4000, May 22nd, 33 CE, when the Spirit came upon the ekklesia/called-out assembly. It is the only Feast where the diet is varied and bread with yeast is designated.

In the Fall, on the 1st, 10th, and 15th day of Ethanim (renamed Tishri), the seventh lunar month, Yahowah reminds us to meet with Him and celebrate the prophetic Miqra’ey of Taruw’ah / Trumpets, Yowm Kippurym / Reconciliations, and Sukah / Shelters. They foretell the day the souls of Yisra’el and Yahuwdym will be harvested by Yahowsha’ (known to the Christians who will miss it as the “Rapture”), the day Yahowsha’ will return in power and glory (Ethanim 10, 6000 which will occur at sunset on October 2nd, 2033), and the beginning of the Millennial Sabbath (Ethanim 15, 6000, which is the Sabbath of October 7th-8th, 2033). It represents the time when Yahowah will campout with humankind for one thousand years.


Here are the dates Yahowah established for His annual meetings with His family:


Passover / PesachAbyb – First Month14 (starts twilight of 13th)
Unleavened Bread / MatsahAbyb – First Month15 (lasts seven days)
FirstFruits / BikuwrymAbyb – First Month16
Seven Sevens / Shabuwa’49 days from Bikuwrym
Trumpets / Taruw’ahEthanim – Seventh Month1
Reconciliations / KippurymEthanim – Seventh Month10
Tabernacles / SukahEthanim – Seventh Month15

Before we apply Yahowah’s formula to predict the initiation of future years, and then superimpose God’s Appointment Meetings on man’s pagan calendar, there are some things you should know. First, the Romans salted Yisra’el following the Rabbi Akiba’s feigned Messianic uprising in 133 CE, effectively destroying native crops such as the barley Yahowah asked His people to use to establish the inception of each new year. And yet, while we no longer possess the same variety of barley, we know that other Middle Eastern strains ripen within weeks of the vernal equinox each Spring.

Second, weather patterns have changed appreciably, and have vacillated considerably since these instructions were given to Moseh 3,400 years ago.  Therefore, even if we had the proper seed, there is no assurance that barley would bud at precisely the same time. Further, such an indicator would only allow us to establish each new year at the initiation of that year, as this is an observed mechanism, not necessarily a predictive one.

The most difficult challenge afforded those who attempt to determine future Miqra’ey dates is that Scripture does not specify a reliable methodology for determining the first day of a new month. Using Scripture as our sole source of instruction, all we have to work with beyond being told that the moon’s reflected light is to be used to establish the mow’ed/dates, is that the process begins when the moon is chodesh/renewed. That, however, could mean the precise moment the moon begins to reflect the sun’s light, and thus initiates a waxing crescent, or when that initial sliver is first visible from earth. If it is the later, no instructions were given as to when or where the new moon was to be observed, how large a crescent was required for it to qualify, or what to do in situations when the sky was overcast.

Psalm 81:4 reads: “Blow (taqa’ – clap, sound, strike, or blast an instrument or horn) in (ba – on, with, and during) the (ha) new moon (chodesh); trumpet a ram’s horn (showphar) in (ba – on, with, and during) the (ha) full moon (kece’ – also translated new moon, first of the month, and throne, but from kacah – to cover, conceal, and hide) on (la) the day (yowm) of our festival feast (chag).”

While the use of kacah conveys an important Spiritual truth (that of how our Spiritual Mother’s Garment of Light conceals our sins), by including it, and by not specifying the where, what, and when of the chodesh/renewed moon, the verse cannot be used in support of the traditional observational method. Moreover, in First Samuel 20:5, Dowd, whom we know as David, tells Yahowchanan, known as Jonathan: “Behold (hineh – pay attention), tomorrow (mahar – the next day) is a time of renewal or new month (chodesh) celebration (chag)...”, meaning that the new/renewed moon was predicted rather than observed.

My conclusion based upon the whole of Scripture is that God demands perfection of Himself, and thus He deploys an exacting method of determining the dates of His Called-Out Assembly Meetings. As a result, in our charts, we have provided our readers with the most precise method of determining a new moon based upon this thought. Using this methodology, a month begins with the first full day, designated by the precise moment of sunset, in which the moon has already begun to renew—even if this occurs a minute before sundown.

God, however, requires very little from us, other than that we prioritize our relationship with Him, come to know Him, trust Him, and rely upon Him as He has given us this opportunity through His Towrah / Teaching. And since He has provided so much information and instruction regarding so many things, when there is an omission of detail regarding something, such as the specific day a new month begins, it is only reasonable to assume that we don’t need to be perfect to please our Heavenly Father in this regard. Said another way, we will not be held accountable for failing to determine a date which is not clearly designated in the Word.

This difference between God’s standard, and His expectation of us, as it relates to the precise day we are to observe Passover, is by design. The Miqra’ey are not rituals, but instead festivals established to prepare us to celebrate our familial relationship with our Heavenly Father. Their every word is prophetic, and their every symbol is a metaphor, predicting and illuminating the path home. Simply stated, it is more important to understand them, to rely upon them, to take comfort in them, to relax and enjoy them in that God has already done all of the work, than it is for us to precisely re-enact them.

Speaking of the difficulty of setting dates, Scripture tells us that the sun and moon will be darkened during the last half of the Tribulation. This indicates that apart from astrological prognostications, determining the exact time the final Miqra’ey will be fulfilled by way of observation, won’t be possible.

During the process of calculating future Miqra’ey, we compared our conclusions to those posted by several religious organizations and discovered an interesting trend. Discrepancies, or differences which couldn’t be explained simply by determining when the emerging sliver of a new moon would be observable at twilight, were directly related to Rabbis altering the start of a month to keep the special Sabbath of Yowm Kippurym from ever falling on a Friday (which begins on Thursday evening) or a Sunday (commencing on Saturday at sunset)—ostensibly to avoid either successive Sabbaths or any correlation with Islam (Friday) or Christianity (Sunday). In that the Rabbinical gerrymandering is contrary to Yahowah’s Scriptural directions, we can say with great confidence that the Jewish religious sites are often wrong between now and when Yahowah returns.

We have elected to present the date each Miqra’ commences, as opposed to posting when they will conclude. The reason for doing so is twofold. First, by the time we awake on the “day” of the Assembly, it is already half over. And second, Scripture suggests that the inception of each Miqra’ is especially important. For example, the first Passover, that of the Exodus from Egypt, was observed at night. The only night associated with Pesach commences immediately after sundown. Moreover, Yahowsha’ ate Passover with His disciples just after the sun set on the thirteenth day, enabling Him to serve as the Passover Lamb on the fourteenth. We also know that Yahowsha’s Matsah sacrifice began at sundown on the cusp of the Miqra’. His fulfillment of Bikuwrym likewise, occurred long before the sun rose on the sixteenth day. In similar fashion, Scripture indicates that Yahowah’s return will occur at sunset on Yowm Kippurym, which means at the initiation of the Assembly Meeting, not at its midpoint or conclusion.

Lastly, there is no Scriptural significance of any kind to Abyb 1, the first day of the new year. However, all of the data required to establish the dates of the first four Miqra’ey are derived from Abyb 1, which is the only reason it is listed in the following charts. The first day of the seventh month, known as Ethanim or Tishri 1, is listed for the same reason, in that it is used to determine the dates of the final three Miqra’ey, with Taruw’ah actually falling on this date.

We do not claim to be inerrant, only of desiring to provide you with information you can use to become right with Yah. But since so many people have recently come to realize that Yahowah’s Miqra’ey / Called-Out Assemblies Meetings as they are described in the Towrah form the basis of our salvation, presenting God’s narrow and unpopular path home, we are motivated to provide our Heavenly Father’s children with our best estimates of when we have been invited to appear. These Called-Out Assembly Meeting dates are as follows:


Miqra’ey Calendars

Observations: All data is based on the coordinates of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Israel: Latitude 31°46'41.87"N Longitude 35°14'7.78"E.

Dates: Scriptural days begin at sunset and continue through the following sunset, and do not run from midnight to midnight as is our current custom. Therefore, our conversion to the Gregorian calendar date reflects the day of the sunset which initiates the complete Miqra’. For example, if Matsah is shown to commence on April 2nd then the Called-Out Assembly begins at sunset on April 2nd, and continues to sunset on April 3rd.


While there is no Scriptural significance to the 1st of Abyb, we have elected to include it in our presentation because the moon’s condition on this date determines when we observe each of the first four Miqra’ey. In this regard, when Abyb 1 is displayed twice, two new moons are potential candidates. Dates from other calendar sources are only displayed alongside the new moon with which they coincide.

Times: All times are presented in military format (0:00 – 23:59).  Italics indicate that daylight savings is in effect, making Israel’s timezone GMT+3.  Times in plain type are GMT+2. Times displayed in the linked images are GMT (Greenwich Mean Time), also known as UST (Universal Standard Time). For example: 1:30 PM GMT would be listed as 13:30 on the moon phase images, which is 15:30 Standard Time in Jerusalem, and 16:30 if still under DST.

Astronomical New Moon: An Astronomical New Moon is in conjunction, which is to say that the side which is visible from the Earth is in complete shadow. It is the exact time the moon ceases waning (losing reflected light). For our purposes, the ANM begins the moment the moon begins waxing (becoming illuminated).

Sunset: Designated as when the sun is more than 18 degrees below an ideal horizon. This is when it is perceived to have set due to the curvature of the sun’s rays through the atmosphere.

Visibility: This is the portion of the moon’s surface reflecting light from the sun. A full moon has 100% visibility. This value does not take visibility from the Earth into consideration. So, positive visibility is specified even when the moon is below the horizon.

Age: This reflects the number of days which have passed between the astronomical new moon and the sunset for that day.

Elevation:

This designates the angle above the horizon the center of the moon appears at sunset. The elevation at moonset is by definition 0°.

Moonset:

This is said to occur when the moon is more than 18 degrees below an ideal horizon.

Viewable: This figure quantifies the number of hours and minutes between sunset and moonset. It provides a good perspective on how much time a witness has to observe the first sliver of a new moon. Be aware, however, that the actual practical viewable time is always less than this value, especially when the moon’s setting is close to that of the sun as is the case with most new moons.

Astronomical: This precise method of dating designates Miqra’ey dates based upon the moment the moon is renewed each lunar month and begins waxing, regardless of whether this emerging sliver can actually be seen from Earth.

Observational: Miqra’ey dates listed under this format use the traditional method of beginning a new month when the first sliver of a new moon is likely to be observed at sunset. Our forecasts in this regard use the Temple Mount as the vantage point but do not take into consideration weather or atmospheric conditions. As a result, many of these observation estimates will be errant due to under- or overestimating the effects these conditions may have on the visibility.

Other Calendar Resources: We have listed other resources which provide additional dates for your consideration and comparison. When information from any resource is not included, it is because they have not provided those data for that timeframe.

Hebcal.com: This popular Jewish religious site follows the mathematical formula derived by Rabbi Maimonides and other rabbinical traditions for setting what they call the “Jewish holidays.” They add many dates which are not designated in Scripture, label Unleavened Bread/Matsah as Passover/Pecach, do not acknowledge FirstFruits/Bikuwrym, consistently err in their dating of Sevens/Shabuwa’, list Trumpets/Taruw’ah under its Babylonian designation of Rosh Hashanah, and artificially alter the date of Reconciliations/Yowm Kippurym to keep it from falling on a Friday or Sunday (shown as sunset on Thursday and Saturday on our charts).

Paleotimes.org: This unaffiliated site provides estimates for the Called-Out Assembly dates through 2019.

Karaite-Korner.org: The Karaite site evaluates barley grains in Israel to determine when they are Abyb. They observe and post sightings of the first visible moon slivers they witness in Jerusalem and other areas around the world. While they do forecast dates a year or so out, using this method they are only able to establish dates for the current Spring or Fall Miqra’ey.


Miqra’ey Calendars

Observations:

All data is based on the coordinates of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Israel: Latitude 31°46'41.87"N Longitude 35°14'7.78"E.

Dates:

Scriptural days begin at sunset and continue through the following sunset, and do not run from midnight to midnight as is our current custom. Therefore, our conversion to the Gregorian calendar date reflects the day of the sunset which initiates the complete Miqra’. For example, if Matsah is shown to commence on April 2nd then the Called-Out Assembly begins at sunset on April 2nd, and continues to sunset on April 3rd.

While there is no Scriptural significance to the 1st of Abyb, we have elected to include it in our presentation because the moon’s condition on this date determines when we observe each of the first four Miqra’ey. In this regard, when Abyb 1 is displayed twice, two new moons are potential candidates. Dates from other calendar sources are only displayed alongside the new moon estimates with which they coincide.

Times:

All times are presented in military format (0:00 - 23:59). Italics indicate daylight savings is in effect, making Israel’s timezone GMT+3. Times in plain type are GMT+2. Times displayed in the linked images are GMT (Greenwich Mean Time), also known as UST (Universal Standard Time). Example: 1:30 PM GMT would be listed as 13:30 on the moon phase images, which is 15:30 Standard Time in Jerusalem, and 16:30 if still under DST.

Astronomical New Moon:

An Astronomical New Moon is in conjunction, which is to say that the side which is visible from the Earth is in complete shadow. It is the exact time the moon ceases waning (losing reflected light). For our purposes, the ANM begins the moment the moon begins waxing (becoming illuminated).

Sunset:

Time when the center of the sun is level (0 degrees) with an unobstructed horizon.

Visibility:

This is the portion of the moon’s surface reflecting light from the sun. A full moon has 100% visibility. This value does not take visibility from the Earth into consideration. So, positive visibility is specified even when the moon is below the horizon.

Age:

This reflects the number of days which have passed between the astronomical new moon and the sunset for that day.

Elevation:

This designates the angle the center of the moon appears above the horizon at sunset. The elevation at moonset is by definition 0°.

Moonset:

Time when the center of the moon is level (0 degrees) with an unobstructed horizon.

Viewable:

This figure quantifies the number of hours and minutes between sunset and moonset. It provides a good perspective on how much time a witness has to observe the first sliver of a new moon. Be aware, however, that the actual practical viewable time is always less than this value, especially when the moon’s setting is close to that of the sun as is the case with most new moons.

Astronomical:

This precise method of dating designates Miqra’ey dates based upon the moment the moon is renewed each lunar month and begins waxing, regardless of whether this emerging sliver can actually be seen from Earth.

Observational:

Miqra’ey dates listed under this format use the traditional method of beginning a new month when the first sliver of a new moon is likely to be observed at sunset. Our forecasts in this regard use the Temple Mount as the vantage point, and take into consideration visibility, elevation, and viewable time. When these values make dating the first sighting uncertain, they will be marked in purple. And of course, weather and atmospheric conditions will make many of these observation estimates errant due to under- or overestimating the effects they may have on the visibility.

Other Calendar Resources:

We have listed other resources which provide additional dates for your consideration and comparison. When information from any resource is not included, it is because they have not provided those data for that timeframe.

    Hebcal.com

    This popular Jewish religious site follows the mathematical formula derived by Rabbi Maimonides and other rabbinical traditions for setting what they call the “Jewish holidays.” They add many dates which are not designated in Scripture, label Unleavened Bread/Matsah as Passover/Pecach, do not acknowledge FirstFruits/Bikuwrym, consistently err in their dating of Sevens/Shabuwa’, list Trumpets/Taruw’ah under its Babylonian designation of Rosh Hashanah, and artificially alter the date of Reconciliations/Yowm Kippurym to keep them from falling on a Friday or Sunday (shown as sunset on Thursday and Saturday on our charts).

    Paleotimes.org

    This unaffiliated site provides estimates for Called-Out Assembly dates through 2019.

    Karaite-Korner.org

    The Karaite site evaluates barley grains in Israel to determine when they are Abyb. They observe and post sightings of the first visible moon slivers they witness in Jerusalem and other areas around the world. Their goal is to establish dates for the current Spring or Fall Miqra’ey, but they do forecast anticipated dates for the upcoming year.




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Astronomical New Moons: Wed, Mar 22 22:29 Sat, Sep 16 07:56
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Wed, Mar 22 17:51 Sat, Sep 16 17:47

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Wed, Mar 22 17:51 0.1978% -0.2 -04° 06' 35" 17:38 0.2016% -00:13
Thu, Mar 23 17:51 0.7155% 0.8 07° 00' 22" 18:32 0.7571% 00:41
Fri, Mar 24 17:52 3.0395% 1.8 17° 50' 19" 19:26 3.2512% 01:34
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sat, Sep 16 17:47 0.3591% 0.4 05° 22' 44" 18:18 0.3828% 00:31
Sun, Sep 17 17:46 2.8160% 1.4 12° 14' 55" 18:50 2.9893% 01:04
Mon, Sep 18 17:44 7.9614% 2.4 18° 44' 03" 19:23 8.4081% 01:39

Abyb 1 Thu, Mar 23 Fri, Mar 24 Mon, Mar 20
Ethanim 1 Sat, Sep 16 Sun, Sep 17 Wed, Sep 13
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Wed, Apr 05 Thu, Apr 06 Sun, Apr 02    
Matsah Thu, Apr 06 Fri, Apr 07 Mon, Apr 03    
Bikuwrym Fri, Apr 07 Sat, Apr 08 Tue, Apr 04    
Shabuwa' Fri, May 26 Sat, May 27 Tue, May 23    
Taruw'ah Sat, Sep 16 Sun, Sep 17 Wed, Sep 13    
Kippurym Mon, Sep 25 Tue, Sep 26 Fri, Sep 22    
Sukah Sat, Sep 30 Sun, Oct 01 Wed, Sep 27    

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Astronomical New Moons: Thu, Mar 19 15:20 Sat, Sep 12 14:24
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Thu, Mar 19 17:49 Sat, Sep 12 17:52

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu, Mar 19 17:49 0.0163% 0.1 00° 01' 11" 17:58 0.0181% 00:09
Fri, Mar 20 17:50 1.7838% 1.1 13° 58' 10" 19:08 1.9619% 01:18
Sat, Mar 21 17:50 6.3096% 2.1 27° 51' 19" 20:17 6.9087% 02:27
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sat, Sep 12 17:52 0.0194% 0.1 00° 09' 11" 17:57 0.0202% 00:05
Sun, Sep 13 17:51 1.1453% 1.1 05° 19' 16" 18:20 1.1862% 00:29
Mon, Sep 14 17:49 4.0254% 2.1 10° 30' 29" 18:44 4.1694% 00:55

Abyb 1 Thu, Mar 19 Fri, Mar 20 Wed, Mar 18
Ethanim 1 Sat, Sep 12 Sun, Sep 13 Fri, Sep 11
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Wed, Apr 01 Thu, Apr 02 Tue, Mar 31    
Matsah Thu, Apr 02 Fri, Apr 03 Wed, Apr 01    
Bikuwrym Fri, Apr 03 Sat, Apr 04 Thu, Apr 02    
Shabuwa' Fri, May 22 Sat, May 23 Thu, May 21    
Taruw'ah Sat, Sep 12 Sun, Sep 13 Fri, Sep 11    
Kippurym Mon, Sep 21 Tue, Sep 22 Sun, Sep 20    
Sukah Sat, Sep 26 Sun, Sep 27 Fri, Sep 25    

2004
Daylight Savings: Wed Apr 07, 2004 01:00 Wed Sep 22, 2004 01:00
Astronomical New Moons: Sun Mar 21, 2004 00:42 Tue Sep 14, 2004 17:30
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Sun Mar 21, 2004 17:51 Tue Sep 14, 2004 18:46

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Mar 21, 2004 17:51 0.6096% 0.7 06° 59' 55" 18:26 0.6465% 00:35
Mon Mar 22, 2004 17:52 3.1124% 1.7 18° 39' 05" 19:24 3.3378% 01:32
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Tue Sep 14, 2004 18:46 0.0868% 0.1 01° 59' 58" 18:56 0.0874% 00:10
Wed Sep 15, 2004 18:45 1.2996% 1.1 08° 04' 45" 19:25 1.3663% 00:40
Thu Sep 16, 2004 18:43 4.8231% 2.1 14° 06' 57" 19:54 5.0564% 01:11

Abyb 1 Sun, Mar 21 Mon, Mar 22 Mon, Mar 22 Sun, Mar 21 Mon, Mar 22 17:57
Ethanim 1 Tue, Sep 14 Wed, Sep 15 Wed, Sep 15 Wed, Sep 15 Wed, Sep 15 19:05
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Sat, Apr 03 Sun, Apr 04 Sun, Apr 04 Sat, Apr 03 Sun, Apr 04
Matsah Sun, Apr 04 Mon, Apr 05 Mon, Apr 05 Sun, Apr 04 Mon, Apr 05
Bikuwrym Mon, Apr 05 Tue, Apr 06 Tue, Apr 06 Mon, Apr 05 Tue, Apr 06
Shabuwa' Mon, May 24 Tue, May 25 Tue, May 25 Mon, May 24 Tue, May 25
Taruw'ah Tue, Sep 14 Wed, Sep 15 Wed, Sep 15 Wed, Sep 15 Wed, Sep 15
Kippurym Thu, Sep 23 Fri, Sep 24 Fri, Sep 24 Fri, Sep 24 Fri, Sep 24
Sukah Tue, Sep 28 Wed, Sep 29 Wed, Sep 29 Wed, Sep 29 Wed, Sep 29

2005
Daylight Savings: Fri Apr 01, 2005 01:00 Sun Oct 09, 2005 01:00
Astronomical New Moons: Thu Mar 10, 2005 11:11 Mon Oct 03, 2005 13:28
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Thu Mar 10, 2005 17:44 Mon Oct 03, 2005 18:22

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Mar 10, 2005 17:44 0.1514% 0.3 02° 01' 16" 17:55 0.1569% 00:11
Fri Mar 11, 2005 17:44 2.1788% 1.3 15° 25' 31" 19:01 2.3586% 01:17
Sat Mar 12, 2005 17:45 6.6175% 2.3 28° 17' 31" 20:05 7.1612% 02:20
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Mon Oct 03, 2005 18:22 0.0413% 0.2 00° 13' 11" 18:24 0.0419% 00:02
Tue Oct 04, 2005 18:20 1.4748% 1.2 06° 00' 37" 18:51 1.5285% 00:31
Wed Oct 05, 2005 18:19 4.9831% 2.2 11° 29' 25" 19:21 5.1805% 01:02

Abyb 1 Thu, Mar 10 Fri, Mar 11 Sat, Apr 09 Fri, Mar 11 Fri, Mar 11 18:00
Ethanim 1 Mon, Oct 03 Wed, Oct 05 Mon, Oct 03 Mon, Sep 05 Mon, Sep 05 19:05
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Wed, Mar 23 Thu, Mar 24 Fri, Apr 22 Thu, Mar 24 Thu, Mar 24
Matsah Thu, Mar 24 Fri, Mar 25 Sat, Apr 23 Fri, Mar 25 Fri, Mar 25
Bikuwrym Fri, Mar 25 Sat, Mar 26 Sun, Apr 24 Sat, Mar 26 Sat, Mar 26
Shabuwa' Fri, May 13 Sat, May 14 Sun, Jun 12 Sat, May 14 Sat, May 14
Taruw'ah Mon, Oct 03 Wed, Oct 05 Mon, Oct 03 Mon, Sep 05 Mon, Sep 05
Kippurym Wed, Oct 12 Fri, Oct 14 Wed, Oct 12 Wed, Sep 14 Wed, Sep 14
Sukah Mon, Oct 17 Wed, Oct 19 Mon, Oct 17 Mon, Sep 19 Mon, Sep 19

2006
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 31, 2006 02:00 Sun Oct 01, 2006 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Wed Mar 29, 2006 12:16 Fri Sep 22, 2006 14:46
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Wed Mar 29, 2006 17:56 Fri Sep 22, 2006 18:36

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Wed Mar 29, 2006 17:56 0.0863% 0.2 02° 20' 07" 18:08 0.0924% 00:12
Thu Mar 30, 2006 17:57 2.2496% 1.2 16° 09' 11" 19:18 2.4538% 01:21
Fri Mar 31, 2006 18:58 7.6961% 2.3 29° 39' 10" 21:29 7.6961% 02:31
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Fri Sep 22, 2006 18:36 0.0249% 0.2 -00° 30' 07" 18:34 0.0245% -00:02
Sat Sep 23, 2006 18:35 1.2173% 1.2 04° 40' 33" 18:59 1.2524% 00:24
Sun Sep 24, 2006 18:34 4.1827% 2.2 09° 43' 45" 19:24 4.3195% 00:50

Abyb 1 Wed, Mar 29 Thu, Mar 30 Wed, Mar 29 Wed, Mar 29 Thu, Mar 30 17:58
Ethanim 1 Fri, Sep 22 Sun, Sep 24 Fri, Sep 22 Sun, Sep 24 Sun, Sep 24 18:40
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Pecach Tue, Apr 11 Wed, Apr 12 Tue, Apr 11 Tue, Apr 11 Wed, Apr 12
Matsah Wed, Apr 12 Thu, Apr 13 Wed, Apr 12 Wed, Apr 12 Thu, Apr 13
Bikuwrym Thu, Apr 13 Fri, Apr 14 Thu, Apr 13 Thu, Apr 13 Fri, Apr 14
Shabuwa' Thu, Jun 01 Fri, Jun 02 Thu, Jun 01 Thu, Jun 01 Fri, Jun 02
Taruw'ah Fri, Sep 22 Sun, Sep 24 Fri, Sep 22 Sun, Sep 24 Sun, Sep 24
Kippurym Sun, Oct 01 Tue, Oct 03 Sun, Oct 01 Tue, Oct 03 Tue, Oct 03
Sukah Fri, Oct 06 Sun, Oct 08 Fri, Oct 06 Sun, Oct 08 Sun, Oct 08

2007
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 30, 2007 02:00 Sun Sep 16, 2007 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Mon Mar 19, 2007 04:43 Tue Sep 11, 2007 15:45
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Mon Mar 19, 2007 17:50 Tue Sep 11, 2007 18:51

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Mon Mar 19, 2007 17:50 0.4816% 0.5 06° 41' 45" 18:24 0.5227% 00:34
Tue Mar 20, 2007 17:50 3.6896% 1.5 21° 04' 09" 19:35 4.0369% 01:45
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Tue Sep 11, 2007 18:51 0.0268% 0.1 -01° 13' 35" 18:46 0.0259% -00:05
Wed Sep 12, 2007 18:50 1.2586% 1.1 04° 13' 07" 19:11 1.2905% 00:21
Thu Sep 13, 2007 18:48 4.3122% 2.1 09° 37' 57" 19:36 4.4436% 00:48

Abyb 1 Mon, Mar 19 Tue, Mar 20 Mon, Mar 19 Mon, Mar 19 Tue, Mar 20 17:55
Ethanim 1 Tue, Sep 11 Thu, Sep 13 Wed, Sep 12 Wed, Sep 12 Wed, Sep 12 18:45
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Pecach Sun, Apr 01 Mon, Apr 02 Sun, Apr 01 Sun, Apr 01 Mon, Apr 02
Matsah Mon, Apr 02 Tue, Apr 03 Mon, Apr 02 Mon, Apr 02 Tue, Apr 03
Bikuwrym Tue, Apr 03 Wed, Apr 04 Tue, Apr 03 Tue, Apr 03 Wed, Apr 04
Shabuwa' Tue, May 22 Wed, May 23 Tue, May 22 Tue, May 22 Wed, May 23
Taruw'ah Tue, Sep 11 Thu, Sep 13 Wed, Sep 12 Wed, Sep 12 Wed, Sep 12
Kippurym Thu, Sep 20 Sat, Sep 22 Fri, Sep 21 Fri, Sep 21 Fri, Sep 21
Sukah Tue, Sep 25 Thu, Sep 27 Wed, Sep 26 Wed, Sep 26 Wed, Sep 26

2008
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 28, 2008 02:00 Sun Oct 05, 2008 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Fri Mar 07, 2008 19:15 Sat Aug 30, 2008 22:59
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Fri Mar 07, 2008 17:42 Sat Aug 30, 2008 19:05

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Fri Mar 07, 2008 17:42 -0.0277% -0.1 -01° 45' 41" 17:34 -0.0285% -00:08
Sat Mar 08, 2008 17:42 1.2185% 0.9 11° 34' 21" 18:40 1.3226% 00:58
Sun Mar 09, 2008 17:43 5.5322% 1.9 24° 55' 39" 19:47 5.5322% 02:04
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sat Aug 30, 2008 19:05 -0.0508% -0.2 -03° 31' 06" 18:49 -0.0551% -00:16
Sun Aug 31, 2008 19:04 0.8946% 0.8 02° 50' 22" 19:18 0.9144% 00:14
Mon Sep 01, 2008 19:03 4.0070% 1.8 08° 52' 46" 19:47 4.1347% 00:44

Abyb 1 Sat, Mar 08 Sat, Mar 08 Uses next Uses next Uses next
Ethanim 1 Sun, Aug 31 Mon, Sep 01 New Moon New Moon New Moon
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Pecach Fri, Mar 21 Fri, Mar 21      
Matsah Sat, Mar 22 Sat, Mar 22      
Bikuwrym Sun, Mar 23 Sun, Mar 23      
Shabuwa' Sun, May 11 Sun, May 11      
Taruw'ah Sun, Aug 31 Mon, Sep 01      
Kippurym Tue, Sep 09 Wed, Sep 10      
Sukah Sun, Sep 14 Mon, Sep 15      

2008
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 28, 2008 02:00 Sun Oct 05, 2008 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Sun Apr 06, 2008 06:56 Mon Sep 29, 2008 11:13
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Sun Apr 06, 2008 19:02 Mon Sep 29, 2008 18:26

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Apr 06, 2008 19:02 0.5137% 0.5 06° 31' 31" 19:36 0.5505% 00:34
Mon Apr 07, 2008 19:03 3.4942% 1.5 20° 22' 46" 20:48 3.8227% 01:45
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Mon Sep 29, 2008 18:26 0.2248% 0.3 -02° 18' 25" 18:16 0.2201% -00:10
Tue Sep 30, 2008 18:25 1.9490% 1.3 03° 46' 46" 18:45 1.9871% 00:20
Wed Oct 01, 2008 18:24 5.5912% 2.3 09° 38' 24" 19:17 5.7587% 00:53

Abyb 1 Sun, Apr 06 Mon, Apr 07 Sat, Apr 05 Sun, Apr 06 Mon, Apr 07 19:13
Ethanim 1 Mon, Sep 29 Wed, Oct 01 Mon, Sep 29 Tue, Sep 30 Wed, Oct 01 18:29
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Pecach Sat, Apr 19 Sun, Apr 20 Fri, Apr 18 Sat, Apr 19 Sun, Apr 20
Matsah Sun, Apr 20 Mon, Apr 21 Sat, Apr 19 Sun, Apr 20 Mon, Apr 21
Bikuwrym Mon, Apr 21 Tue, Apr 22 Sun, Apr 20 Mon, Apr 21 Tue, Apr 22
Shabuwa' Mon, Jun 09 Tue, Jun 10 Sun, Jun 08 Mon, Jun 09 Tue, Jun 10
Taruw'ah Mon, Sep 29 Wed, Oct 01 Mon, Sep 29 Tue, Sep 30 Wed, Oct 01
Kippurym Wed, Oct 08 Fri, Oct 10 Wed, Oct 08 Thu, Oct 09 Fri, Oct 10
Sukah Mon, Oct 13 Wed, Oct 15 Mon, Oct 13 Tue, Oct 14 Wed, Oct 15

2009
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 27, 2009 02:00 Sun Sep 27, 2009 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Thu Mar 26, 2009 18:07 Fri Sep 18, 2009 21:45
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Thu Mar 26, 2009 17:55 Fri Sep 18, 2009 18:41

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Mar 26, 2009 17:55 0.1431% 0.0 -00° 38' 30" 17:53 0.1431% -00:02
Fri Mar 27, 2009 18:55 1.3516% 1.0 11° 58' 14" 19:56 1.4558% 01:01
Sat Mar 28, 2009 18:56 5.3915% 2.0 24° 37' 10" 21:01 5.3915% 02:05
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Fri Sep 18, 2009 18:41 0.1572% -0.1 -05° 30' 29" 18:15 0.1632% -00:26
Sat Sep 19, 2009 18:40 1.1988% 0.9 01° 30' 07" 18:48 1.2119% 00:08
Sun Sep 20, 2009 18:38 4.7437% 1.9 08° 27' 42" 19:22 4.8876% 00:44

Abyb 1 Fri, Mar 27 Fri, Mar 27 Wed, Mar 25 Fri, Mar 27 Fri, Mar 27 19:12
Ethanim 1 Sat, Sep 19 Sun, Sep 20 Fri, Sep 18 Sun, Sep 20 Sun, Sep 20 ??:??
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Pecach Thu, Apr 09 Thu, Apr 09 Tue, Apr 07 Thu, Apr 09 Thu, Apr 09
Matsah Fri, Apr 10 Fri, Apr 10 Wed, Apr 08 Fri, Apr 10 Fri, Apr 10
Bikuwrym Sat, Apr 11 Sat, Apr 11 Thu, Apr 09 Sat, Apr 11 Sat, Apr 11
Shabuwa' Sat, May 30 Sat, May 30 Thu, May 28 Sat, May 30 Sat, May 30
Taruw'ah Sat, Sep 19 Sun, Sep 20 Fri, Sep 18 Sun, Sep 20 Sun, Sep 20
Kippurym Mon, Sep 28 Tue, Sep 29 Sun, Sep 27 Tue, Sep 29 Tue, Sep 29
Sukah Sat, Oct 03 Sun, Oct 04 Fri, Oct 02 Sun, Oct 04 Sun, Oct 04

2010
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 26, 2010 02:00 Sun Sep 12, 2010 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Mon Mar 15, 2010 23:02 Wed Sep 08, 2010 13:30
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Mon Mar 15, 2010 17:47 Wed Sep 08, 2010 18:55

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Mon Mar 15, 2010 17:47 -0.2018% -0.2 -02° 50' 41" 17:34 -0.2053% -00:13
Tue Mar 16, 2010 17:48 0.7690% 0.8 08° 12' 46" 18:29 0.8132% 00:41
Wed Mar 17, 2010 17:48 3.4965% 1.8 19° 38' 08" 19:26 3.4965% 01:38
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Wed Sep 08, 2010 18:55 0.2502% 0.2 -03° 13' 45" 18:40 0.2427% -00:15
Thu Sep 09, 2010 18:53 2.4994% 1.2 04° 42' 22" 19:17 2.5618% 00:24
Fri Sep 10, 2010 18:52 7.5477% 2.2 12° 04' 03" 19:55 7.8253% 01:03

Abyb 1 Tue, Mar 16 Wed, Mar 17 Mon, Mar 15 Tue, Mar 16 Wed, Mar 17 17:52
Ethanim 1 Wed, Sep 08 Fri, Sep 10 Wed, Sep 08 Thu, Sep 09 Fri, Sep 10 18:52
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Pecach Mon, Mar 29 Tue, Mar 30 Sun, Mar 28 Mon, Mar 29 Tue, Mar 30
Matsah Tue, Mar 30 Wed, Mar 31 Mon, Mar 29 Tue, Mar 30 Wed, Mar 31
Bikuwrym Wed, Mar 31 Thu, Apr 01 Tue, Mar 30 Wed, Mar 31 Thu, Apr 01
Shabuwa' Wed, May 19 Thu, May 20 Tue, May 18 Wed, May 19 Thu, May 20
Taruw'ah Wed, Sep 08 Fri, Sep 10 Wed, Sep 08 Thu, Sep 09 Fri, Sep 10
Kippurym Fri, Sep 17 Sun, Sep 19 Fri, Sep 17 Sat, Sep 18 Sun, Sep 19
Sukah Wed, Sep 22 Fri, Sep 24 Wed, Sep 22 Thu, Sep 23 Fri, Sep 24

2011
Daylight Savings: Fri Apr 01, 2011 02:00 Sun Oct 02, 2011 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Sun Apr 03, 2011 17:33 Tue Sep 27, 2011 14:09
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Sun Apr 03, 2011 19:00 Tue Sep 27, 2011 18:30

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Apr 03, 2011 19:00 0.1772% 0.1 00° 14' 47" 19:02 0.1774% 00:02
Mon Apr 04, 2011 19:00 1.1656% 1.1 11° 07' 04" 19:57 1.2418% 00:57
Tue Apr 05, 2011 19:01 4.2403% 2.1 21° 51' 20" 20:52 4.2403% 01:51
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Tue Sep 27, 2011 18:30 0.2225% 0.2 -03° 32' 38" 18:13 0.2165% -00:17
Wed Sep 28, 2011 18:29 2.2825% 1.2 04° 54' 15" 18:55 2.3473% 00:26
Thu Sep 29, 2011 18:27 7.2337% 2.2 13° 16' 07" 19:40 7.5548% 01:13

Abyb 1 Sun, Apr 03 Mon, Apr 04 Mon, Apr 04 Mon, Apr 04 Mon. Apr 04 19:04
Ethanim 1 Wed, Sep 28 Thu, Sep 29 Wed, Sep 28 Wed, Sep 28 Thu, Sep 29 18:31
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Pecach Sat, Apr 16 Sun, Apr 17 Sun, Apr 17 Sun, Apr 17 Sun, Apr 17
Matsah Sun, Apr 17 Mon, Apr 18 Mon, Apr 18 Mon, Apr 18 Mon, Apr 18
Bikuwrym Mon, Apr 18 Tue, Apr 19 Tue, Apr 19 Tue, Apr 19 Sat, Apr 23
Shabuwa' Mon, Jun 06 Tue, Jun 07 Tue, Jun 07 Tue, Jun 07 Sat, Jun 11
Taruw'ah Wed, Sep 29 Thu, Sep 29 Wed, Sep 28 Wed, Sep 28 Thu, Sep 29
Kippurym Fri, Oct 07 Sat, Oct 08 Fri, Oct 07 Fri, Oct 07 Sat, Oct 08
Sukah Wed, Oct 12 Thu, Oct 13 Wed, Oct 12 Wed, Oct 12 Thu, Oct 13

2012
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 30, 2012 02:00 Sun Sep 23, 2012 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Thu Mar 22, 2012 16:38 Sun Sep 16, 2012 05:11
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Thu Mar 22, 2012 17:52 Sun Sep 16, 2012 18:43

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Mar 22, 2012 17:52 0.1606% 0.1 00° 09' 36" 17:54 0.1607% 00:02
Fri Mar 23, 2012 17:53 1.1639% 1.1 11° 01' 37" 18:48 1.2386% 00:55
Sat Mar 24, 2012 17:53 4.2436% 2.1 21° 57' 50" 19:42 4.2436% 01:49
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Sep 16, 2012 18:43 0.5633% 0.6 -00° 13' 59" 18:43 0.2165% 00:00
Mon Sep 17, 2012 18:42 3.3893% 1.6 07° 48' 49" 19:22 3.5061% 00:40
Tue Sep 18, 2012 18:41 8.8282% 2.6 15° 37' 48" 20:04 9.2162% 01:23

Abyb 1 Thu, Mar 22 Fri, Mar 23 Fri, Mar 23 Fri, Mar 23 Fri, Mar 23 17:57
Ethanim 1 Sun, Sep 16 Mon, Sep 17 Sun, Sep 16 Mon, Sep 17 Mon, Sep 17
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Pecach Wed, Apr 04 Thu, Apr 05 Thu, Apr 05 Thu, Apr 05 Thu, Apr 05
Matsah Thu, Apr 05 Fri, Apr 06 Fri, Apr 06 Fri, Apr 06 Fri, Apr 06
Bikuwrym Fri, Apr 06 Sat, Apr 07 Sat, Apr 07 Sat, Apr 07 Sat, Apr 07
Shabuwa' Fri, May 25 Sat, May 26 Sat, May 26 Sat, May 26 Sat, May 26
Taruw'ah Sun, Sep 16 Mon, Sep 17 Sun, Sep 16 Mon, Sep 17 Mon, Sep 17
Kippurym Tue, Sep 25 Wed, Sep 26 Tue, Sep 25 Wed, Sep 26 Wed, Sep 26
Sukah Sun, Sep 30 Mon, Oct 01 Sun, Sep 30 Mon, Oct 01 Mon, Oct 01

2013
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 29, 2013 02:00 Sun Sep 08, 2013 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Mon Mar 11, 2013 21:52 Thu Sep 05, 2013 14:37
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Mon Mar 11, 2013 17:44 Thu Sep 05, 2013 18:58

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Mon Mar 11, 2013 17:44 -0.1817% -0.2 -02° 30' 25" 17:32 -0.1855% -00:12
Tue Mar 12, 2013 17:45 0.8983% 0.8 09° 32' 58" 18:33 0.9612% 00:48
Wed Mar 13, 2013 17:46 4.0956% 1.8 21° 18' 34" 19:31 4.0956% 01:45
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Sep 05, 2013 18:58 0.1634% 0.2 -03° 12' 38" 18:43 0.1600% -00:15
Fri Sep 06, 2013 18:57 1.5769% 1.2 04° 08' 47" 19:18 1.6135% 00:21
Sat Sep 07, 2013 18:55 5.1537% 2.2 11° 41' 33" 19:54 5.3463% 00:59

Abyb 1 Tue, Mar 12 Wed, Mar 13 Mon, Mar 11 Tue, Mar 12 Wed, Mar 13
Ethanim 1 Thu, Sep 05 Sat, Sep 07 Wed, Sep 04 Fri, Sep 06 Sat, Sep 07
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Pecach Mon, Mar 25 Tue, Mar 26 Sun, Mar 24 Mon, Mar 25 Tue, Mar 26
Matsah Tue, Mar 26 Wed, Mar 27 Mon, Mar 25 Tue, Mar 26 Wed, Mar 27
Bikuwrym Wed, Mar 27 Thu, Mar 28 Tue, Mar 26 Wed, Mar 27 Thu, Mar 28
Shabuwa' Wed, May 15 Thu, May 16 Tue, May 14 Wed, May 15 Sat, May 18
Taruw'ah Thu, Sep 05 Sat, Sep 07 Wed, Sep 04 Fri, Sep 06 Sat, Sep 07
Kippurym Sat, Sep 14 Mon, Sep 16 Fri, Sep 13 Sun, Sep 15 Mon, Sep 16
Sukah Thu, Sep 19 Sat, Sep 21 Wed, Sep 18 Fri, Sep 20 Sat, Sep 21

2014
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 28, 2014 02:00 Sun Sep 28, 2014 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Sat Mar 01, 2014 10:00 Mon Aug 25, 2014 17:13
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Sat Mar 01, 2014 17:37 Mon Aug 25, 2014 19:12

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sat Mar 01, 2014 17:37 0.2431% 0.3 03° 44' 10" 17:56 0.2548% 00:19
Sun Mar 02, 2014 17:38 2.5034% 1.3 16° 56' 40" 19:02 2.7173% 01:24
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Mon Aug 25, 2014 19:12 0.1132% 0.1 -03° 36' 22" 18:55 0.1121% -00:17
Tue Aug 26, 2014 19:11 1.1293% 1.1 03° 25' 55" 19:28 1.1522% 00:17
Wed Aug 27, 2014 19:09 3.9522% 2.1 10° 36' 35" 20:01 4.0876% 00:52

Abyb 1 Sat, Mar 01 Sun, Mar 02 Uses next Sun, Mar 02  
Ethanim 1 Mon, Aug 25 Wed, Aug 27 New Moon Tue, Aug 26  
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Pecach Fri, Mar 14 Sat, Mar 15      
Matsah Sat, Mar 15 Sun, Mar 16      
Bikuwrym Sun, Mar 16 Mon, Mar 17      
Shabuwa' Sun, May 04 Mon, May 05      
Taruw'ah Mon, Aug 25 Wed, Aug 27      
Kippurym Wed, Sep 03 Fri, Sep 05      
Sukah Mon, Sep 08 Wed, Sep 10      

2014
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 28, 2014 02:00 Sun Sep 28, 2014 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Sun Mar 30, 2014 21:45 Wed Sep 24, 2014 09:14
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Sun Mar 30, 2014 18:57 Wed Sep 24, 2014 18:34

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Mar 30, 2014 18:57 0.0433% -0.1 -02° 19' 54" 18:46 0.0460% -00:11
Mon Mar 31, 2014 18:58 1.0069% 0.9 10° 17' 51" 19:50 1.0890% 00:52
Tue Apr 01, 2014 18:59 4.7588% 1.9 22° 33' 52" 20:51 4.7588% 01:52
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Wed Sep 24, 2014 18:34 0.1553% 0.4 00° 16' 40" 18:36 0.1563% 00:02
Thu Sep 25, 2014 18:32 1.8528% 1.4 07° 41' 45" 19:11 1.9261% 00:39
Fri Sep 26, 2014 18:31 5.5052% 2.4 14° 48' 45" 19:47 5.7517% 01:16

Abyb 1 Mon, Mar 31 Mon, Mar 31 Mon, Mar 31 Mon, Mar 31 Mon, Mar 31
Ethanim 1 Wed, Sep 24 Thu, Sep 25 Wed, Sep 24 Thu, Sep 25  
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Pecach Sun, Apr 13 Sun, Apr 13 Sun, Apr 13   Sun, Apr 13
Matsah Mon, Apr 14 Mon, Apr 14 Mon, Apr 14 Mon, Apr 14 Mon, Apr 14
Bikuwrym Tue, Apr 15 Tue, Apr 15 Tue, Apr 15   Sat, Apr 19
Shabuwa' Tue, Jun 03 Tue, Jun 03 Tue, Jun 03 Tue, Jun 03 Sat, Jun 07
Taruw'ah Wed, Sep 24 Thu, Sep 25 Wed, Sep 24 Thu, Sep 25 Fri, Sep 26
Kippurym Fri, Oct 03 Sat, Oct 04 Fri, Oct 03 Sat, Oct 04 Sun, Oct 05
Sukah Wed, Oct 08 Thu, Oct 09 Wed, Oct 08 Thu, Oct 09 Fri, Oct 10

2015
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 27, 2015 02:00 Sun Sep 20, 2015 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Fri Mar 20, 2015 11:37 Sun Sep 13, 2015 09:42
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Fri Mar 20, 2015 17:50 Sun Sep 13, 2015 18:48

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Fri Mar 20, 2015 17:50 0.1050% 0.3 02° 38' 16" 18:04 0.1127% 00:14
Sat Mar 21, 2015 17:51 2.3804% 1.3 16° 15' 51" 19:12 2.5940% 01:21
Sun Mar 22, 2015 17:52 8.0517% 2.3 29° 33' 11" 20:19 8.0517% 02:27
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Sep 13, 2015 18:48 0.1312% 0.4 00° 50' 41" 18:53 0.1335% 00:05
Mon Sep 14, 2015 18:47 1.6919% 1.4 07° 47' 50" 19:26 1.7588% 00:39
Tue Sep 15, 2015 18:46 4.9883% 2.4 14° 32' 41" 19:59 5.2000% 01:13

Abyb 1 Fri, Mar 20 Sat, Mar 21 Fri, Mar 20 Sat, Mar 21 Sat, Mar 21
Ethanim 1 Sun, Sep 13 Mon, Sep 14 Sun, Sep 13 Mon, Sep 14 Mon, Sep 14
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Pecach Thu, Apr 02 Fri, Apr 03 Thu, Apr 02 Fri, Apr 03 Fri, Apr 03
Matsah Fri, Apr 03 Sat, Apr 04 Fri, Apr 03 Sat, Apr 04 Sat, Apr 04
Bikuwrym Sat, Apr 04 Sun, Apr 05 Sat, Apr 04 Sun, Apr 05 Sun, Apr 05
Shabuwa' Sat, May 23 Sun, May 24 Sat, May 23 Sun, May 24 Sun, May 24
Taruw'ah Sun, Sep 13 Mon, Sep 14 Sun, Sep 13 Mon, Sep 14 Mon, Sep 14
Kippurym Tue, Sep 22 Wed, Sep 23 Tue, Sep 22 Wed, Sep 23 Wed, Sep 23
Sukah Sun, Sep 27 Mon, Sep 28 Sun, Sep 27 Mon, Sep 28 Mon, Sep 28

2016
Daylight Savings: Fri Apr 01, 2016 02:00 Sun Oct 09, 2016 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Wed Mar 09, 2016 01:55 Thu Sep 01, 2016 12:04
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Wed Mar 09, 2016 17:43 Thu Sep 01, 2016 19:03

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Wed Mar 09, 2016 17:43 0.4924% 0.7 06° 43' 52" 18:17 0.5339% 00:34
Thu Mar 10, 2016 17:44 3.6948% 1.7 20° 18' 03" 19:25 4.0271% 01:41
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Sep 01, 2016 19:03 0.0869% 0.3 00° 49' 46" 19:08 0.0889% 00:05
Fri Sep 02, 2016 19:01 1.6818% 1.3 08° 32' 06" 19:43 1.7575% 00:42
Sat Sep 03, 2016 19:00 5.1495% 2.3 15° 38' 25" 20:17 5.3836% 01:17

Abyb 1 Wed, Mar 09 Wed, Mar 09 Uses next Wed, Mar 09 Uses next
Ethanim 1 Thu, Sep 01 Fri, Sep 02 New Moon Fri, Sep 02 New Moon
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Pecach Tue, Mar 22 Tue, Mar 22   Tue, Mar 22  
Matsah Wed, Mar 23 Wed, Mar 23   Wed, Mar 23  
Bikuwrym Thu, Mar 24 Thu, Mar 24   Thu, Mar 24  
Shabuwa' Thu, May 12 Thu, May 12   Thu, May 12  
Taruw'ah Thu, Sep 01 Fri, Sep 02   Fri, Sep 02  
Kippurym Sat, Sep 10 Sun, Sep 11   Sun, Sep 11  
Sukah Thu, Sep 15 Fri, Sep 16   Fri, Sep 16  

2016
Daylight Savings: Fri Apr 01, 2016 02:00 Sun Oct 09, 2016 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Thu Apr 07, 2016 14:24 Sat Oct 01, 2016 03:12
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Thu Apr 07, 2016 19:03 Sat Oct 01, 2016 18:24

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Apr 07, 2016 19:03 0.1083% 0.2 01° 07' 12" 19:09 0.1110% 00:06
Fri Apr 08, 2016 19:04 2.2954% 1.2 14° 51' 46" 20:18 2.4888% 01:14
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sat Oct 01, 2016 18:24 0.4371% 0.6 05° 12' 58" 18:50 0.4594% 00:26
Sun Oct 02, 2016 18:22 2.5517% 1.6 12° 16' 47" 19:24 2.6822% 01:02
             

Abyb 1 Thu, Apr 07 Fri, Apr 08 Fri, Apr 08 Uses last Sat, Apr 09
Ethanim 1 Sat, Oct 01 Sun, Oct 02 Sun, Oct 02 New Moon Mon, Oct 03
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Wed, Apr 20 Thu, Apr 21 Thu, Apr 21   Fri, Apr 22
Matsah Thu, Apr 21 Fri, Apr 22 Fri, Apr 22   Sat, Apr 23
Bikuwrym Fri, Apr 22 Sat, Apr 23 Sat, Apr 23   Sun, Apr 24
Shabuwa' Fri, Jun 10 Sat, Jun 11 Sat, Jun 11   Sun, Jun 11
Taruw'ah Sat, Oct 01 Sun, Oct 02 Sun, Oct 02   Sun, Oct 02
Kippurym Mon, Oct 10 Tue, Oct 11 Tue, Oct 11   Tue, Oct 11
Sukah Sat, Oct 15 Sun, Oct 16 Sun, Oct 16   Sun, Oct 16

2017
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 31, 2017 02:00 Sun Sep 24, 2017 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Tue Mar 28, 2017 04:58 Wed Sep 20, 2017 08:31
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Tue Mar 28, 2017 17:56 Wed Sep 20, 2017 18:38

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Tue Mar 28, 2017 17:56 0.4972% 0.5 05° 32' 13" 18:24 0.5279% 00:28
Wed Mar 29, 2017 17:57 3.4493% 1.5 18° 45' 50" 19:30 3.7345% 01:33
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Wed Sep 20, 2017 18:38 0.2864% 0.4 04° 37' 48" 19:01 0.3028% 00:23
Thu Sep 21, 2017 18:37 2.3855% 1.4 12° 04' 32" 19:37 2.5183% 01:00
             

Abyb 1 Tue, Mar 28 Wed, Mar 29 Mon, Mar 27   Wed, Mar 29
Ethanim 1 Wed, Sep 20 Thu, Sep 21 Wed, Sep 20    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Mon, Apr 10 Tue, Apr 11 Sun, Apr 09   Tue, Apr 11
Matsah Tue, Apr 11 Wed, Apr 12 Mon, Apr 10   Mon, Apr 10
Bikuwrym Wed, Apr 12 Thu, Apr 13 Tue, Apr 11   Thu, Apr 13
Shabuwa' Wed, May 31 Thu, Jun 01 Tue, May 30   Thu, Jun 01
Taruw'ah Wed, Sep 20 Thu, Sep 21 Wed, Sep 20   Thu, Sep 21
Kippurym Fri, Sep 29 Sat, Sep 30 Fri, Sep 29   Sat, Sep 30
Sukah Wed, Oct 04 Thu, Oct 05 Wed, Oct 04   Thu, Oct 05

2018
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 30, 2018 02:00 Sun Sep 16, 2018 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Sat Mar 17, 2018 15:12 Sun Sep 09, 2018 21:02
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Sat Mar 17, 2018 17:48 Sun Sep 09, 2018 18:53

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sat Mar 17, 2018 17:48 0.1107% 0.1 -00° 16' 29" 17:47 0.1105% -00:01
Sun Mar 18, 2018 17:49 1.5074% 1.1 11° 29' 10" 18:46 1.6090% 00:57
Mon Mar 19, 2018 17:50 5.5495% 2.1 23° 28' 08" 19:46 5.5495% 01:56
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Sep 09, 2018 18:53 -0.0979% -0.1 00° 56' 17" 18:58 -0.0972% 00:05
Mon Sep 10, 2018 18:52 1.3087% 0.9 09° 26' 46" 19:38 1.3929% 00:46
Tue Sep 11, 2018 18:51 5.1609% 1.9 17° 20' 00" 20:16 5.4624% 01:25

Abyb 1 Sat, Mar 17 Sun, Mar 18 Fri, Mar 16    
Ethanim 1 Mon, Sep 10 Mon, Sep 10 Sun, Sep 09    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Fri, Mar 30 Sat, Mar 31 Thu, Mar 29    
Matsah Sat, Mar 31 Sun, Apr 01 Fri, Mar 30    
Bikuwrym Sun, Apr 01 Mon, Apr 02 Sat, Mar 31    
Shabuwa' Sun, May 20 Mon, May 21 Sat, May 19    
Taruw'ah Mon, Sep 10 Mon, Sep 10 Sun, Sep 09    
Kippurym Wed, Sep 19 Wed, Sep 19 Tue, Sep 18    
Sukah Mon, Sep 24 Mon, Sep 24 Sun, Sep 23    

2019
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 29, 2019 02:00 Sun Oct 06, 2019 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Wed Mar 06, 2019 18:05 Fri Aug 30, 2019 13:38
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Wed Mar 06, 2019 17:40 Fri Aug 30, 2019 19:06

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Wed Mar 06, 2019 17:40 0.1175% 0.0 -01° 49' 09" 17:32 0.1244% -00:08
Thu Mar 07, 2019 17:41 1.0443% 1.0 08° 50' 59" 18:26 1.1030% 00:45
Fri Mar 08, 2019 17:42 4.0653% 2.0 19° 38' 21" 19:20 4.0653% 01:38
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Fri Aug 30, 2019 19:06 0.2107% 0.2 04° 09' 04" 19:27 0.2221% 00:21
Sat Aug 31, 2019 19:05 2.5024% 1.2 12° 57' 20" 20:08 2.6709% 01:03
             

Abyb 1 Thu, Mar 07 Thu, Mar 07 Uses next    
Ethanim 1 Fri, Aug 30 Sat, Aug 31 New Moon    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Wed, Mar 20 Wed, Mar 20      
Matsah Thu, Mar 21 Thu, Mar 21      
Bikuwrym Fri, Mar 22 Fri, Mar 22      
Shabuwa' Fri, May 10 Fri, May 10      
Taruw'ah Fri, Aug 30 Sat, Aug 31      
Kippurym Sun, Sep 08 Mon, Sep 09      
Sukah Fri, Sep 13 Sat, Sep 14      

2019
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 29, 2019 02:00 Sun Oct 06, 2019 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Fri Apr 05, 2019 11:51 Sat Sep 28, 2019 21:27
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Fri Apr 05, 2019 19:01 Sat Sep 28, 2019 18:27

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Fri Apr 05, 2019 19:01 0.2785% 0.3 01° 27' 00" 19:09 0.2819% 00:08
Sat Apr 06, 2019 19:02 1.8826% 1.3 12° 42' 54" 20:05 1.9989% 01:03
Sun Apr 07, 2019 19:02 5.8966% 2.3 24° 22' 08" 21:03 5.8966% 02:01
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 18:27 -0.2102% -0.1 02° 13' 30" 18:38 -0.2074% 00:11
Sun Sep 29, 2019 18:27 1.3581% 0.9 10° 06' 00" 19:17 1.4514% 00:50
Mon Sep 30, 2019 18:26 5.3668% 1.9 17° 33' 11" 19:55 5.6995% 01:29

Abyb 1 Fri, Apr 05 Sat, Apr 06 Fri, Apr 05    
Ethanim 1 Sun, Sep 29 Sun, Sep 29 Tue, Sep 29    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Thu, Apr 18 Fri, Apr 19 Thu, Apr 18    
Matsah Fri, Apr 19 Sat, Apr 20 Fri, Apr 19    
Bikuwrym Sat, Apr 20 Sun, Apr 21 Sat, Apr 20    
Shabuwa' Sat, Jun 08 Sun, Jun 09 Sat, Jun 08    
Taruw'ah Sun, Sep 29 Sun, Sep 29 Tue, Sep 29    
Kippurym Tue, Oct 08 Tue, Oct 08 Thu, Oct 08    
Sukah Sun, Oct 13 Sun, Oct 13 Tue, Oct 13    

2020
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 27, 2020 02:00 Sun Sep 27, 2020 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Tue Mar 24, 2020 11:29 Thu Sep 17, 2020 14:01
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Tue Mar 24, 2020 17:54 Thu Sep 17, 2020 18:42

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Tue Mar 24, 2020 17:54 0.2532% 0.3 00° 56' 16" 17:59 0.2549% 00:05
Wed Mar 25, 2020 17:54 1.6159% 1.3 11° 48' 21" 18:53 1.7093% 00:59
Thu Mar 26, 2020 17:55 5.0335% 2.3 22° 30' 21" 19:46 5.0335% 01:51
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Sep 17, 2020 18:42 0.2479% 0.2 04° 32' 54" 19:05 0.2576% 00:23
Fri Sep 18, 2020 18:41 2.3341% 1.2 12° 18' 13" 19:41 2.4854% 01:00
Sat Sep 19, 2020 18:39 7.2915% 2.2 19° 36' 10" 20:18 7.7296% 01:39

Abyb 1 Tue, Mar 24 Wed, Mar 25 Wed, Mar 25    
Ethanim 1 Thu, Sep 17 Fri, Sep 18 Fri, Sep 18    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Mon, Apr 06 Tue, Apr 07 Tue, Apr 07    
Matsah Tue, Apr 07 Wed, Apr 08 Wed, Apr 08    
Bikuwrym Wed, Apr 08 Thu, Apr 09 Thu, Apr 09    
Shabuwa' Wed, May 27 Thu, May 28 Thu, May 28    
Taruw'ah Thu, Sep 17 Fri, Sep 18 Fri, Sep 18    
Kippurym Sat, Sep 26 Sun, Sep 27 Sun, Sep 27    
Sukah Thu, Oct 01 Fri, Oct 02 Fri, Oct 02    

2021
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 26, 2021 02:00 Sun Sep 12, 2021 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Sat Mar 13, 2021 12:22 Tue Sep 07, 2021 13:52
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Sat Mar 13, 2021 17:46 Tue Sep 07, 2021 18:55

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sat Mar 13, 2021 17:46 0.2343% 0.2 00° 40' 26" 17:50 0.2355% 00:04
Sun Mar 14, 2021 17:46 1.6347% 1.2 12° 03' 17" 18:46 1.7339% 01:00
Mon Mar 15, 2021 17:47 5.1921% 2.2 23° 04' 30" 19:41 5.1921% 01:54
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Tue Sep 07, 2021 18:55 0.6699% 0.2 07° 31' 48" 19:32 0.7109% 00:37
Wed Sep 08, 2021 18:54 3.5099% 1.2 14° 27' 05" 20:05 3.7156% 01:11
             

Abyb 1 Sat, Mar 13 Sun, Mar 14 Sat, Mar 13    
Ethanim 1 Tue, Sep 07 Wed, Sep 08 Mon, Sep 06    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Fri, Mar 26 Sat, Mar 27 Fri, Mar 26    
Matsah Sat, Mar 27 Sun, Mar 28 Sat, Mar 27    
Bikuwrym Sun, Mar 28 Mon, Mar 29 Sun, Mar 28    
Shabuwa' Sun, May 16 Mon, May 17 Sun, May 16    
Taruw'ah Tue, Sep 07 Wed, Sep 08 Mon, Sep 06    
Kippurym Thu, Sep 16 Fri, Sep 17 Wed, Sep 15    
Sukah Tue, Sep 21 Wed, Sep 22 Mon, Sep 20    

2022
Daylight Savings: Fri Apr 01, 2022 02:00 Sun Oct 02, 2022 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Fri Apr 01, 2022 09:25 Mon Sep 26, 2022 00:55
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Fri Apr 01, 2022 18:59 Mon Sep 26, 2022 18:31

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Fri Apr 01, 2022 18:59 0.2471% 0.4 03° 03' 24" 19:15 0.2565% 00:16
Sat Apr 02, 2022 18:59 2.1360% 1.4 15° 03' 23" 20:14 2.2901% 01:15
Sun Apr 03, 2022 19:00 6.4211% 2.4 26° 35' 43" 21:13 6.4211% 02:13
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Mon Sep 26, 2022 18:31 0.6550% 0.7 06° 07' 45" 19:01 0.6889% 00:30
Tue Sep 27, 2022 18:30 3.4020% 1.7 12° 02' 23" 19:31 3.5689% 01:01
             

Abyb 1 Fri, Apr 01 Sat, Apr 02 Fri, Apr 01    
Ethanim 1 Mon, Sep 26 Tue, Sep 27 Sun, Sep 25    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Thu, Apr 14 Fri, Apr 15 Thu, Apr 14    
Matsah Fri, Apr 15 Sat, Apr 16 Fri, Apr 15    
Bikuwrym Sat, Apr 16 Sun, Apr 17 Sat, Apr 16    
Shabuwa' Sat, Jun 04 Sun, Jun 05 Sat, Jun 04    
Taruw'ah Mon, Sep 26 Tue, Sep 27 Sun, Sep 25    
Kippurym Wed, Oct 05 Thu, Oct 06 Tue, Oct 04    
Sukah Mon, Oct 10 Tue, Oct 11 Sun, Oct 09    

2023
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 31, 2023 02:00 Sun Sep 24, 2023 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Tue Mar 21, 2023 19:24 Fri Sep 15, 2023 04:40
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Tue Mar 21, 2023 17:51 Fri Sep 15, 2023 18:46

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Tue Mar 21, 2023 17:51 -0.0721% -0.1 -02° 25' 25" 17:40 -0.0740% -00:11
Wed Mar 22, 2023 17:52 1.2219% 0.9 10° 57' 10" 18:47 1.3189% 00:55
Thu Mar 23, 2023 17:52 5.3455% 1.9 24° 13' 19" 19:52 5.3455% 02:00
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Fri Sep 15, 2023 18:46 0.3577% 0.6 04° 23' 31" 19:08 0.3740% 00:22
Sat Sep 16, 2023 18:44 2.3388% 1.6 09° 55' 26" 19:33 2.4391% 00:49
Sun Sep 17, 2023 18:43 6.1710% 2.6 14° 58' 02" 19:59 6.4238% 01:16

Abyb 1 Wed, Mar 22 Wed, Mar 22 Wed, Mar 22    
Ethanim 1 Fri, Sep 15 Sat, Sep 16 Fri, Sep 15    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Tue, Apr 04 Tue, Apr 04 Tue, Apr 04    
Matsah Wed, Apr 05 Wed, Apr 05 Wed, Apr 05    
Bikuwrym Thu, Apr 06 Thu, Apr 06 Thu, Apr 06    
Shabuwa' Thu, May 25 Thu, May 25 Thu, May 25    
Taruw'ah Fri, Sep 15 Sat, Sep 16 Fri, Sep 15    
Kippurym Sun, Sep 24 Mon, Sep 25 Sun, Sep 24    
Sukah Fri, Sep 29 Sat, Sep 30 Fri, Sep 29    

2024
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 29, 2024 02:00 Sun Oct 06, 2024 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Sun Mar 10, 2024 11:01 Wed Oct 02, 2024 21:50
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Sun Mar 10, 2024 17:44 Wed Oct 02, 2024 18:22

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Mar 10, 2024 17:44 0.1484% 0.3 02° 28' 54" 17:57 0.1560% 00:13
Mon Mar 11, 2024 17:45 2.5032% 1.3 16° 38' 52" 19:08 2.7288% 01:23
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Wed Oct 02, 2024 18:22 -0.0190% -0.1 -02° 01' 55" 18:13 -0.0207% -00:09
Thu Oct 03, 2024 18:21 0.6616% 0.9 03° 12' 29" 18:38 0.6799% 00:17
Fri Oct 04, 2024 18:20 3.0828% 1.9 08° 22' 14" 19:04 3.1843% 00:44

Abyb 1 Sun, Mar 10 Mon, Mar 11 Mon, Apr 08    
Ethanim 1 Thu, Oct 03 Fri, Oct 04 Wed, Oct 02    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Sat, Mar 23 Sun, Mar 24 Sun, Apr 21    
Matsah Sun, Mar 24 Mon, Mar 25 Mon, Apr 22    
Bikuwrym Mon, Mar 25 Tue, Mar 26 Tue, Apr 23    
Shabuwa' Mon, May 13 Tue, May 14 Tue, Jun 11    
Taruw'ah Thu, Oct 03 Fri, Oct 04 Wed, Oct 02    
Kippurym Sat, Oct 12 Sun, Oct 13 Fri, Oct 11    
Sukah Thu, Oct 17 Fri, Oct 18 Wed, Oct 16    

2025
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 28, 2025 02:00 Sun Sep 28, 2025 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Sat Mar 29, 2025 13:58 Sun Sep 21, 2025 22:55
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Sat Mar 29, 2025 18:57 Sun Sep 21, 2025 18:37

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sat Mar 29, 2025 18:57 0.0788% 0.2 01° 54' 08" 19:07 0.0834% 00:10
Sun Mar 30, 2025 18:57 2.2629% 1.2 16° 15' 49" 20:19 2.4774% 01:22
Mon Mar 31, 2025 18:58 8.0473% 2.2 30° 21' 37" 21:33 8.0473% 02:35
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Sep 21, 2025 18:37 -0.0367% -0.2 -02° 53' 44" 18:24 -0.0399% -00:13
Mon Sep 22, 2025 18:36 0.6813% 0.8 02° 34' 12" 18:49 0.6960% 00:13
Tue Sep 23, 2025 18:34 3.2087% 1.8 08° 03' 15" 19:15 3.3068% 00:41

Abyb 1 Sat, Mar 29 Sun, Mar 30 Sat, Mar 29    
Ethanim 1 Mon, Sep 22 Tue, Sep 23 Mon, Sep 22    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Fri, Apr 11 Sat, Apr 12 Fri, Apr 11    
Matsah Sat, Apr 12 Sun, Apr 13 Sat, Apr 12    
Bikuwrym Sun, Apr 13 Mon, Apr 14 Sun, Apr 13    
Shabuwa' Sun, Jun 01 Mon, Jun 02 Sun, Jun 01    
Taruw'ah Mon, Sep 22 Tue, Sep 23 Mon, Sep 22    
Kippurym Wed, Oct 01 Thu, Oct 02 Wed, Oct 01    
Sukah Mon, Oct 06 Tue, Oct 07 Mon, Oct 06    

2026
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 27, 2026 02:00 Sun Sep 20, 2026 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Thu Mar 19, 2026 03:24 Fri Sep 11, 2026 06:28
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Thu Mar 19, 2026 17:50 Fri Sep 11, 2026 18:50

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Mar 19, 2026 17:50 0.5157% 0.6 06° 57' 29" 18:25 0.5557% 00:35
Fri Mar 20, 2026 17:50 3.4549% 1.6 20° 23' 40" 19:32 3.7627% 01:42
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Fri Sep 11, 2026 18:50 0.3653% 0.5 00° 52' 21" 18:55 0.3698% 00:05
Sat Sep 12, 2026 18:49 2.8097% 1.5 06° 55' 14" 19:24 2.8965% 00:35
             

Abyb 1 Thu, Mar 19 Fri, Mar 20 Wed, Mar 18    
Ethanim 1 Fri, Sep 11 Sat, Sep 12 Fri, Sep 11    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Wed, Apr 01 Thu, Apr 02 Tue, Mar 31    
Matsah Thu, Apr 02 Fri, Apr 03 Wed, Apr 01    
Bikuwrym Fri, Apr 03 Sat, Apr 04 Thu, Apr 02    
Shabuwa' Fri, May 22 Sat, May 23 Thu, May 21    
Taruw'ah Fri, Sep 11 Sat, Sep 12 Fri, Sep 11    
Kippurym Sun, Sep 20 Mon, Sep 21 Sun, Sep 20    
Sukah Fri, Sep 25 Sat, Sep 26 Fri, Sep 25    

2027
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 26, 2027 02:00 Sun Oct 10, 2027 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Mon Mar 08, 2027 11:30 Tue Aug 31, 2027 20:42
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Mon Mar 08, 2027 17:42 Tue Aug 31, 2027 19:05

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Mon Mar 08, 2027 17:42 0.1216% 0.3 02° 13' 41" 17:54 0.1265% 00:12
Tue Mar 09, 2027 17:43 1.7416% 1.3 13° 53' 38" 18:52 1.8722% 01:09
Wed Mar 10, 2027 17:43 5.9066% 2.3 25° 59' 36" 19:52 5.9066% 02:09
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Tue Aug 31, 2027 19:05 -0.0466% -0.1 -03° 34' 17" 18:48 -0.0487% -00:17
Wed Sep 01, 2027 19:04 1.3701% 0.9 03° 32' 16" 19:22 1.4050% 00:18
Thu Sep 02, 2027 19:02 5.4565% 1.9 10° 29' 01" 19:54 5.6507% 00:52

Abyb 1 Mon, Mar 08 Tue, Mar 09 Uses next    
Ethanim 1 Wed, Sep 01 Thu, Sep 02 New Moon    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Sun, Mar 21 Mon, Mar 22      
Matsah Mon, Mar 22 Tue, Mar 23      
Bikuwrym Tue, Mar 23 Wed, Mar 24      
Shabuwa' Tue, May 11 Wed, May 12      
Taruw'ah Wed, Sep 01 Thu, Sep 02      
Kippurym Fri, Sep 10 Sat, Sep 11      
Sukah Wed, Sep 15 Thu, Sep 16      

2027
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 26, 2027 02:00 Sun Oct 10, 2027 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Wed Apr 07, 2027 02:52 Thu Sep 30, 2027 05:37
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Wed Apr 07, 2027 19:02 Thu Sep 30, 2027 18:26

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Wed Apr 07, 2027 19:02 0.6988% 0.7 08° 00' 34" 19:43 0.7459% 00:41
Thu Apr 08, 2027 19:03 3.5137% 1.7 20° 29' 37" 20:49 3.8147% 01:46
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Sep 30, 2027 18:26 0.5539% 0.5 -00° 48' 04" 18:23 0.5508% -00:03
Fri Oct 01, 2027 18:25 3.3259% 1.5 06° 09' 09" 18:58 3.4179% 00:33
Sat Oct 02, 2027 18:23 8.3747% 2.5 12° 51' 55" 19:36 8.6835% 01:13

Abyb 1 Wed, Apr 07 Thu, Apr 08 Wed, Apr 07    
Ethanim 1 Thu, Sep 30 Fri, Oct 01 Fri, Oct 01    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Tue, Apr 20 Wed, Apr 21 Tue, Apr 20    
Matsah Wed, Apr 21 Thu, Apr 22 Wed, Apr 21    
Bikuwrym Thu, Apr 22 Fri, Apr 23 Thu, Apr 22    
Shabuwa' Thu, Jun 10 Fri, Jun 11 Thu, Jun 10    
Taruw'ah Thu, Sep 30 Fri, Oct 01 Fri, Oct 01    
Kippurym Sat, Oct 09 Sun, Oct 10 Sun, Oct 10    
Sukah Thu, Oct 14 Fri, Oct 15 Fri, Oct 15    

2028
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 31, 2028 02:00 Sun Sep 24, 2028 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Sun Mar 26, 2028 06:32 Mon Sep 18, 2028 21:24
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Sun Mar 26, 2028 17:55 Mon Sep 18, 2028 18:41

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Mar 26, 2028 17:55 0.3884% 0.5 04° 49' 11" 18:20 0.4048% 00:25
Mon Mar 27, 2028 17:56 2.2704% 1.5 15° 56' 59" 19:16 2.4309% 01:20
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Mon Sep 18, 2028 18:41 -0.1770% -0.1 -05° 50' 54" 18:13 -0.1837% -00:28
Tue Sep 19, 2028 18:39 1.4052% 0.9 02° 01' 39" 18:50 1.4263% 00:11
Wed Sep 20, 2028 18:38 5.5687% 1.9 09° 29' 48" 19:28 5.7614% 00:50

Abyb 1 Sun, Mar 26 Mon, Mar 27 Mon, Mar 27    
Ethanim 1 Tue, Sep 19 Wed, Sep 20 Wed, Sep 20    
Miqra'ey Astronomical Observational Hebcal.com Paleotimes.org Karaite-Korner.org
Pecach Sat, Apr 08 Sun, Apr 09 Sun, Apr 09    
Matsah Sun, Apr 09 Mon, Apr 10 Mon, Apr 10    
Bikuwrym Mon, Apr 10 Tue, Apr 11 Tue, Apr 11    
Shabuwa' Mon, May 29 Tue, May 30 Tue, May 30    
Taruw'ah Tue, Sep 19 Wed, Sep 20 Wed, Sep 20    
Kippurym Thu, Sep 28 Fri, Sep 29 Fri, Sep 29    
Sukah Tue, Oct 03 Wed, Oct 04 Wed, Oct 04    

2029
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 30, 2029 02:00 Sun Sep 16, 2029 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Thu Mar 15, 2029 06:20 Sat Sep 08, 2029 13:45
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Thu Mar 15, 2029 17:47 Sat Sep 08, 2029 18:54

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Mar 15, 2029 17:47 0.3919% 0.5 04° 48' 50" 18:11 0.4068% 00:24
Fri Mar 16, 2029 17:48 2.1550% 1.5 15° 32' 14" 19:05 2.2982% 01:17
Sat Mar 17, 2029 17:49 6.0235% 2.5 26° 14' 13" 20:00 6.0235% 02:11
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sat Sep 08, 2029 18:54 0.2507% 0.2 -03° 25' 05" 18:38 0.2437% -00:16
Sun Sep 09, 2029 18:53 2.3517% 1.2 04° 17' 14" 19:15 2.4062% 00:22
Mon Sep 10, 2029 18:51 7.2645% 2.2 12° 00' 27" 19:53 7.5352% 01:02

Abyb 1 Thu, Mar 15 Fri, Mar 16 Fri, Mar 16    
Ethanim 1 Sat, Sep 08 Mon, Sep 10 Sun, Sep 09    
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Pecach Wed, Mar 28 Thu, Mar 29 Thu, Mar 29    
Matsah Thu, Mar 29 Fri, Mar 30 Fri, Mar 30    
Bikuwrym Fri, Mar 30 Sat, Mar 31 Sat, Mar 31    
Shabuwa' Fri, May 18 Sat, May 19 Sat, May 19    
Taruw'ah Sat, Sep 08 Mon, Sep 10 Sun, Sep 09    
Kippurym Mon, Sep 17 Wed, Sep 19 Tue, Sep 18    
Sukah Sat, Sep 22 Mon, Sep 24 Sun, Sep 23    

2030
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 29, 2030 02:00 Sun Oct 06, 2030 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Wed Apr 03, 2030 01:03 Fri Sep 27, 2030 12:55
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Tue Apr 02, 2030 18:59 Fri Sep 27, 2030 18:29

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Tue Apr 02, 2030 18:59 -0.2309% -0.3 -03° 07' 02" 18:44 -0.2364% -00:15
Wed Apr 03, 2030 19:00 0.6688% 0.7 07° 49' 56" 19:40 0.7079% 00:40
Thu Apr 04, 2030 19:01 3.1659% 1.7 18° 37' 26" 20:35 3.1659% 01:34
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Fri Sep 27, 2030 18:29 0.2229% 0.2 -02° 56' 15" 18:15 0.2175% -00:14
Sat Sep 28, 2030 18:28 2.1290% 1.2 05° 03' 21" 18:54 2.1880% 00:26
Sun Sep 29, 2030 18:27 6.6722% 2.2 12° 58' 16" 19:37 6.9576% 01:10

Abyb 1 Wed, Apr 03 Thu, Apr 04 Wed, Apr 03    
Ethanim 1 Fri, Sep 27 Sat, Sep 28 Fri, Sep 27    
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Pecach Tue, Apr 16 Wed, Apr 17 Tue, Apr 16    
Matsah Wed, Apr 17 Thu, Apr 18 Wed, Apr 17    
Bikuwrym Thu, Apr 18 Fri, Apr 19 Thu, Apr 18    
Shabuwa' Thu, Jun 06 Fri, Jun 07 Thu, Jun 06    
Taruw'ah Fri, Sep 27 Sat, Sep 28 Fri, Sep 27    
Kippurym Sun, Oct 06 Mon, Oct 07 Sun, Oct 06    
Sukah Fri, Oct 11 Sat, Oct 12 Fri, Oct 11    

2031
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 28, 2031 02:00 Sun Sep 21, 2031 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Sun Mar 23, 2031 05:50 Tue Sep 16, 2031 21:48
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Sun Mar 23, 2031 17:52 Tue Sep 16, 2031 18:44

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Mar 23, 2031 17:52 0.4163% 0.5 05° 44' 03" 18:21 0.4397% 00:29
Mon Mar 24, 2031 17:53 2.6658% 1.5 17° 41' 29" 19:21 2.8721% 01:28
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Tue Sep 16, 2031 18:44 -0.1602% -0.1 -05° 27' 15" 18:19 -0.1658% -00:25
Wed Sep 17, 2031 18:43 0.9006% 0.9 01° 42' 44" 18:52 0.9119% 00:09
Thu Sep 18, 2031 18:42 3.7707% 1.9 08° 57' 06" 19:28 3.8977% 00:46

Abyb 1 Sun, Mar 23 Mon, Mar 24 Mon, Mar 24    
Ethanim 1 Wed, Sep 17 Thu, Sep 18 Wed, Sep 17    
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Pecach Sat, Apr 05 Sun, Apr 06 Sun, Apr 06    
Matsah Sun, Apr 06 Mon, Apr 07 Mon, Apr 07    
Bikuwrym Mon, Apr 07 Tue, Apr 08 Tue, Apr 08    
Shabuwa' Mon, May 26 Tue, May 27 Tue, May 27    
Taruw'ah Wed, Sep 17 Thu, Sep 18 Wed, Sep 17    
Kippurym Fri, Sep 26 Sat, Sep 27 Fri, Sep 26    
Sukah Wed, Oct 01 Thu, Oct 02 Wed, Oct 01    

2032
Daylight Savings: Fri Mar 26, 2032 02:00 Sun Sep 12, 2032 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Thu Mar 11, 2032 18:25 Sat Sep 04, 2032 23:57
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Thu Mar 11, 2032 17:45 Sun Sep 05, 2032 18:58

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Mar 11, 2032 17:45 -0.1169% 0.0 -01° 00' 36" 17:41 -0.1173% -00:04
Fri Mar 12, 2032 17:45 1.4283% 1.0 12° 37' 34" 18:48 1.7952% 01:03
Sat Mar 13, 2032 17:46 5.9005% 2.0 25° 43' 32" 19:54 5.9005% 02:08
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Sun Sep 05, 2032 18:58 0.6478% 0.8 01° 08' 19" 19:04 0.6536% 00:06
Mon Sep 06, 2032 18:56 2.9360% 1.8 08° 09' 38" 19:37 3.0274% 00:41
             

Abyb 1 Fri, Mar 12 Fri, Mar 12 Fri, Mar 26    
Ethanim 1 Sun, Sep 05 Mon, Sep 06 Sun, Sep 05    
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Pecach Thu, Mar 25 Thu, Mar 25 Thu, Apr 08    
Matsah Fri, Mar 26 Fri, Mar 26 Fri, Apr 09    
Bikuwrym Sat, Mar 27 Sat, Mar 27 Sat, Apr 10    
Shabuwa' Sat, May 15 Sat, May 15 Sat, May 29    
Taruw'ah Sun, Sep 05 Mon, Sep 06 Sun, Sep 05    
Kippurym Tue, Sep 14 Wed, Sep 15 Tue, Sep 14    
Sukah Sun, Sep 19 Mon, Sep 20 Sun, Sep 19    

2033
Daylight Savings: Fri Apr 01, 2033 02:00 Wed Oct 12, 2033 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Tue Mar 01, 2033 10:24 Thu Aug 25, 2033 00:31
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Tue Mar 01, 2033 17:37 Thu Aug 25, 2033 19:11

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Tue Mar 01, 2033 17:37 0.2110% 0.3 03° 36' 33" 17:55 0.2223% 00:18
Wed Mar 02, 2033 17:38 2.6205% 1.3 17° 23' 16" 19:05 2.8613% 01:27
             
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Thu Aug 25, 2033 19:11 0.6197% 0.8 01° 54' 31" 19:21 0.6296% 00:10
Fri Aug 26, 2033 19:10 2.9360% 1.8 09° 01' 15" 19:54 3.0345% 00:44
             

Abyb 1 Tue, Mar 01 Wed, Mar 02 Uses next    
Ethanim 1 Thu, Aug 25 Fri, Aug 26 New Moon    
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Pecach Mon, Mar 14 Tue, Mar 15      
Matsah Tue, Mar 15 Wed, Mar 16      
Bikuwrym Wed, Mar 16 Thu, Mar 17      
Shabuwa' Wed, May 04 Thu, May 05      
Taruw'ah Thu, Aug 25 Fri, Aug 26      
Kippurym Sat, Sep 03 Sun, Sep 04      
Sukah Thu, Sep 08 Fri, Sep 09      

2033
Daylight Savings: Fri Apr 01, 2033 02:00 Wed Oct 12, 2033 02:00
Astronomical New Moons: Wed Mar 30, 2033 19:52 Fri Sep 23, 2033 16:41
Sunsets on New Moon Day: Wed Mar 30, 2033 17:57 Fri Sep 23, 2033 18:34

Abib/Aviv/Nisan 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Wed Mar 30, 2033 17:57 0.0195% -0.1 -01° 59' 33" 17:48 0.0213% -00:09
Thu Mar 31, 2033 17:58 1.2861% 0.9 11° 42' 39" 18:57 1.4021% 00:59
Fri Apr 01, 2033 18:59 5.9397% 2.0 25° 08' 24" 21:05 5.9397% 02:06
Ethanim/Tishri 1 Sunset: Visibility: Age: Elevation: Moonset: Visibility: Viewable:
Fri Sep 23, 2033 18:34 0.0126% 0.1 -01° 19' 33" 18:28 0.0121% -00:06
Sat Sep 24, 2033 18:33 1.0379% 1.1 05° 38' 31" 19:01 1.0755% 00:28
Sun Sep 25, 2033 18:32 3.8197% 2.1 12° 27' 16" 19:35 3.9802% 01:03

Abyb 1 Thu, Mar 31 Thu, Mar 31 Wed, Mar 30    
Ethanim 1 Fri, Sep 23 Sun, Sep 25 Fri, Sep 23    
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Pecach Wed, Apr 13 Wed, Apr 13 Tue, Apr 12    
Matsah Thu, Apr 14 Thu, Apr 14 Wed, Apr 13    
Bikuwrym Fri, Apr 15 Fri, Apr 15 Thu, Apr 14    
Shabuwa' Fri, Jun 03 Fri, Jun 03 Thu, Jun 02    
Taruw'ah Fri, Sep 23 Sun, Sep 25 Fri, Sep 23    
Kippurym Sun, Oct 02 Tue, Oct 04 Sun, Oct 02    
Sukah Fri, Oct 07 Sun, Oct 09 Fri, Oct 07