New Moon will occur today at 14:29HST.
An annular solar eclipse will sweep across Australia and the southern Pacific Ocean. For viewers in the Hawaiian Islands this eclipse will be seen as a deep partial eclipse, with a maximum of over 40% of the Sun obscured.
|New Moons for 2013|
|January||Jan 11||19:44UT||Jan 11||09:44HST|
|February||Feb 10||07:20UT||Feb 9||21:20HST|
|March||Mar 11||19:51UT||Mar 11||09:51HST|
|April||Apr 10||09:35UT||Apr 9||23:35HST|
|May||May 10||00:29UT||May 9||14:29HST|
|June||Jun 8||15:56UT||Jun 8||05:56HST|
|July||Jul 8||07:14UT||Jul 7||21:14HST|
|August||Aug 6||21:51UT||Aug 6||11:51HST|
|September||Sep 5||11:36UT||Sep 5||01:36HST|
|October||Oct 5||00:35UT||Oct 4||14:35HST|
|November||Nov 3||12:50UT||Nov 3||02:50HST|
|December||Dec 3||00:22UT||Dec 2||14:22HST|
|Source: NASA Sky Calendar|