Looking for a list of new moon calendars? Here at Fullmoonology, we also like to track the beginning of the lunar cycle. We’ve put together a set of calendars to help you go back into the past or look to the future for the new moon schedules.

A new moon is the first lunar phase that happens about once a month or 29.53 days on average. The moon itself is not visible, though you may be able to “see” it because it blocks the visibility of the stars behind it.

New Moons from 1980 to 1989

  • 1980 New Moon Calendar
  • 1981 New Moon Calendar
  • 1982 New Moon Calendar
  • 1983 New Moon Calendar
  • 1984 New Moon Calendar
  • 1985 New Moon Calendar
  • 1986 New Moon Calendar
  • 1987 New Moon Calendar
  • 1988 New Moon Calendar
  • 1989 New Moon Calendar

New Moons from 1990 to 1999

  • 1990 New Moon Calendar
  • 1991 New Moon Calendar
  • 1992 New Moon Calendar
  • 1993 New Moon Calendar
  • 1994 New Moon Calendar
  • 1995 New Moon Calendar
  • 1996 New Moon Calendar
  • 1997 New Moon Calendar
  • 1998 New Moon Calendar
  • 1999 New Moon Calendar

New Moons from 2000 to 2009

  • 2000 New Moon Calendar
  • 2001 New Moon Calendar
  • 2002 New Moon Calendar
  • 2003 New Moon Calendar
  • 2004 New Moon Calendar
  • 2005 New Moon Calendar
  • 2006 New Moon Calendar
  • 2007 New Moon Calendar
  • 2008 New Moon Calendar
  • 2009 New Moon Calendar

New Moons from 2010 to 2019

  • 2010 New Moon Calendar
  • 2011 New Moon Calendar
  • 2012 New Moon Calendar
  • 2013 New Moon Calendar
  • 2014 New Moon Calendar
  • 2015 New Moon Calendar
  • 2016 New Moon Calendar
  • 2017 New Moon Calendar
  • 2018 New Moon Calendar
  • 2019 New Moon Calendar

New Moons in 2022 to 2029