When is the following new moon? Today, the moon is imperceptible to us on The planet, passing generally among Earth and the sun
something it does at regular intervals as it starts another orbital cycle.
A clouded side of the moon? Not exactly. At the new moon stage, just the most distant side of our regular satellite is enlightened by the sun, so we on Earth see nothing.
The moon goes through various stages as it circles Earth, the state of the sunlit piece of the moon waxing from another moon to a full moon, then disappearing from a full moon to another moon.
We might not see anything when the new moon happens on Friday, February 9, at exactly 22:59 UTC (17:59 EST), yet beside it flagging the start of Chinese New Year
The present Really New Moon sets off a chain of three such occasions, the most remarkable of which will happen on April 8 and cause an all out sunlight based obscure.
However every new moon passes generally between the Earth and the sun, it's interesting for them to do so unequivocally, yet this can occur during another moon. On April 8
the New Moon's closeness to Earth really intends that as it passes unequivocally across the sun, its obvious size will be bigger, so it will create a 115 broad shaded area that will traverse 10,000 miles of the World's surface.