Lunation

Lunation is the mean (average) time for one lunar phase cycle (i.e., the synodic period of the Moon, or the amount of time from one new moon to the next). In the year 2000, the average length of a lunation was 29.530588 days (or 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes, and 3 seconds). However, the length of any one synodic month can vary from 29.26 to 29.80...
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Lunation

the time between two successive new moons; approximately 29.5 days.
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Lunation

• (n.) The period of a synodic revolution of the moon, or the time from one new moon to the next; varying in length, at different times, from about 29/ to 29/ days, the average length being 29 d., 12h., 44m., 2.9s.
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Lunation

Lu·na'tion noun [ Confer Lunated .] The period of a synodic revolution of the moon, or the time from one new moon to the next; varying in length, at different times, from about 29¼ to 29⅚ days, the average length being 29 d., 12h., 44m., 2.9s.
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lunation

lunar month; interval between successive new moons
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lunation

lunation 1. The time from one new moon to the next, constituting a lunar month (29.5 days). 2. The time of the full moon.
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Lunation

New Moon; Moon conjunct Sun.
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Lunation

One complete cycle of phases by the Moon, 29.53 days. A lunation is also known as a Synodic month.
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Lunation

Period between new moons. 29 days 12 hours 44 minutes.
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Lunation

The interval of a complete lunar cycle, between one new Moon and the next. A lunation is equal to 29 days, 12 hours, and 44 minutes.
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lunation

The time taken for the Moon to go through one complete cycle of phases; it is the same as a synodic month.
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