This below calendar addresses all Moon Phases for the year 2019. There are two phases of moon occuring in the nature, i.e. Full Moon and New Moon. For your advantage, we have put it in a systematic way and represented through a tabulated form for better understanding of Moon's stages. Underneath is the list of Full Moon and New Moon for the year of 2019:
|Full Moon and New Moon Phases 2019|
|Month||New Moon||Full Moon|
|January||Jan 6, 2019||Jan 21, 2019|
|February||Feb 4, 2019||Feb 19, 2019|
|March||Mar 6, 2019||Mar 21, 2019|
|April||Apr 5, 2019||Apr 19, 2019|
|May||May 4,2019||May 18, 2019|
|June||June 3, 2019||June 17, 2019|
|July||July 2, 2019||July 16, 2019|
|August||Aug 1, 2019||Aug 15, 2019|
|September||Sep 14, 2019||Sep 28, 2019|
|October||Oct 13, 2018||Oct 28, 2019|
|November||Nov 12, 2019||Nov 26, 2019|
|December||Dec 4, 2019||Dec 26, 2019|
Full Moon: Full Moon appears on the opposite side of Earth’s face from Sun. At whatever point when Moon, Sun and Earth appear in a straight line and Earth comes in the middle of Sun and Moon, Full Moon is formed. The entire surface of Moon lights up during this phenomenon. This wonder happens after each 29.53 days.
New Moon: This phenomenon happens when Moon gets placed in between Earth and Sun. In this case, we see the opposite side of Moon being illuminated by planet Sun. As of now, Moon goes too much close to the Sun.
Blue Moon: When a Full Moon falls twice in a month, it is called Blue Moon as per the new world. It is fundamentally a new thought, yet at first, it was seen as Blue Moon when it happened 4 times in a season. One season normally comprises of 3 different sightings.
Black Moon: This event is considered when two occurences of New Moon fall in the same month of Full Moon. This term is also used if there is no appearance of Full Moon in a month. However, it is rare to have no Full Moon in a month. Although, there are chances of it happening in the month of February due to lesser days than the cycle of 29. 53 days.