2010 Phases of the Moon

                     Prepared by John Mosley
                       Griffith Observatory 
                       Pacific Standard Time
        (Corrected for Daylight Saving Time Mar 14 - Nov 6)
 
NEW MOON          FIRST QUARTER     FULL MOON         LAST QUARTER
                                                      JAN  7  2:39 am
JAN 14 11:11 pm   JAN 23  2:53 am   JAN 29 10:18 pm   FEB  5  3:48 pm
FEB 13  6:51 pm   FEB 21  4:42 pm   FEB 28  8:38 am   MAR  7  7:42 am
MAR 15  2:01 pm   MAR 23  4:00 am   MAR 29  7:25 pm   APR  6  2:37 am
APR 14  5:29 am   APR 21 11:20 am   APR 28  5:18 am   MAY  5  9:15 pm
MAY 13  6:04 pm   MAY 20  4:43 pm   MAY 27  4:07 pm   JUN  4  3:13 pm
JUN 12  4:15 am   JUN 18  9:29 pm   JUN 26  4:30 am   JUL  4  7:35 am
JUL 11 12:40 pm   JUL 18  3:11 am   JUL 25  6:37 pm   AUG  2  9:59 pm
AUG  9  8:08 pm   AUG 16 11:14 am   AUG 24 10:05 am   SEP  1 10:22 am
SEP  8  3:30 am   SEP 14 10:50 pm   SEP 23  2:17 am   Sep 30  8:52 pm
OCT  7 11:44 am   OCT 14  2:27 pm   OCT 22  6:36 pm   OCT 30  5:46 am
NOV  5  9:52 pm   NOV 13  8:39 am   NOV 21  9:27 am   NOV 28 12:36 pm
DEC  5  9:36 am   DEC 13  5:59 am   DEC 21 12:13 am   DEC 27  8:18 pm
Data from US Naval Observatory http://www.usno.navy.mil/USNO/astronomical-applications/data-services/phases-moon
corrected for Los Angeles' local time zone and daylight time when in effect.
 
                                    Seasons
          spring equinox        10:34 am  PST     March 20
          summer solstice        4:30 am  PDT     June 21
          autumn equinox         8:10 pm  PDT     September 22
          winter solstice        3:40 pm  PST     December 21

			 
The earth is at perihelion (closest to the sun) on January 2 at 4 pm.
The earth is at aphelion (farthest from sun) on July 6 at 4 am.
Data adapted from Astronomical Tables of the Sun, Moon, and Planets by Jean Meeus