2008 Phases of the Moon
Prepared by John Mosley and Anthony Cook
Griffith Observatory
Pacific Standard Time
(Corrected for Daylight Saving Time Mar 9 - Nov 1)
NEW MOON        FIRST QUARTER    FULL MOON       LAST QUARTER
JAN  8  3:37 am JAN 15 11:46  am JAN 22  5:35 am JAN 29  9:03 pm
FEB  6  7:44 pm FEB 13  7:33  pm FEB 20  7:30 pm FEB 28  6:18 pm
MAR  7  9:14 am MAR 14  3:46 am MAR 21 11:40 am MAR 29  2:47 pm
APR  5  8:55 pm APR 12 11:32 am APR 20  3:25 am APR 28  7:12 am
MAY  5  5:18 am MAY 11  8:47 pm MAY 19  7:11 pm MAY 27  7:57 pm
JUN  3 12:23 pm JUN 10  8:04 am JUN 18 10:30 am JUN 26  5:10 am
JUL  2  7:19 pm JUL  9  9:35 pm JUL 18 12:59 am JUL 25 11:42 am
AUG  1  3:13 am AUG  8  1:20 pm AUG 16  2:16 pm AUG 23  4:50 pm
AUG 30 12:58 pm SEP  7  7:04 am SEP 15  2:13 am SEP 21 10:04 pm
SEP 29  1:12 am OCT  7  2:04 am OCT 14  1:02 pm OCT 21 4:55 am
OCT 28  4:14 pm NOV  5  8:03 pm NOV 12 10:17 pm NOV 19 1:31 pm
NOV 27  8:55 am DEC  5  1:26 pm DEC 12  8:37 am DEC 19 2:29 am
DEC 27  4:22 am
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   10:50 pm PDT  March 19
summer solstice 5:01 pm PDT June 20
autumn equinox 8:46 am PDT September 22
winter solstice 4:04 am 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 4 at 1 am.
Data adapted from the United States Naval Observatory
Table Revised 20 September 2007