2013 Phases of the Moon
                       Prepared by Anthony Cook
                         Griffith Observatory
                           Pacific Time Zone
            (Corrected for Daylight Saving Time Mar 10-Nov 3)
       NEW MOON         FIRST QUARTER    FULL MOON        LAST QUARTER
            d  h  m         d   h  m         d   h m           d  h  m
                                                          JAN  4  7:58 pm 
       JAN 11 11:44 am  JAN 18  3:45 pm  JAN 26  8:38 pm  FEB  3  5:56 am  
       FEB  9 11:20 pm  FEB 17 12:31 pm  FEB 25 12:26 pm  MAR  4  1:53 pm
       MAR 11 12:51 pm  MAR 19 10:27 am  MAR 27  2:27 am  APR  2  9:37 pm
       APR 10  2:35 am  APR 18  5:31 am  APR 25 12:57 pm  MAY  2  4:14 am
       MAY  9  5:28 pm  MAY 17  9:35 pm  MAY 24  9:25 pm  MAY 31 11:58 am
       JUN  8  8:56 am  JUN 16 10:24 am  JUN 23  4:32 am  JUN 29  9:54 pm
       JUL  8 12:14 am  JUL 15  8:18 pm  JUL 22 11:15 am  JUL 29 10:43 am
       AUG  6  2:51 pm  AUG 14  3:56 am  AUG 20  6:45 pm  AUG 28  2:35 am
       SEP  5  4:36 am  SEP 12 10:08 am  SEP 19  4:13 am  SEP 26  8:56 pm 
       OCT  4  5:34 pm  OCT 11  4:02 pm  OCT 18  4:38 pm  OCT 26  4:41 pm
       NOV  3  4:50 am  Nov  9  9:57 pm  NOV 17  7:16 am  NOV 25 11:28 am
       DEC  2  4:22 pm  DEC  9  7:12 am  DEC 17  1:28 am  DEC 25  5:48 am 
 
                         Seasons
     spring equinox         4:02 am  PDT     March 20
     summer solstice       10:04 pm  PDT     June 20
     autumn equinox         1:44 pm  PDT     September 22
     winter solstice        9:11 am  PST     December 21
Data from US Naval Observatory MICA software, corrected for Los Angeles' local time zone and daylight time when in effect. Corrected October 2012
               
                   
The earth is at perihelion (closest to the sun–91,402,558 miles) on January 4, 2013 at 3:59 a.m. PST.
The earth is at aphelion (farthest from sun–94,508,959 miles) on July 5, 2013 at 7:44 a.m. PDT (Data from NASA Horizons on-line ephemeris)