Waning Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Crescent, New Moon...
Waning Crescent earthsky.org A waning crescent moon is sometimes called an old moon. It's seen in the east before dawn.
First Quarter earthsky.org The 1st quarter moon comes on December 15 at 11:49 UTC. A 1st quarter moon is high up at sunset. It appears half-illuminated, like half a pie. Really, you're seeing half the moon's day side.
Waxing Crescent earthsky.org Many people report seeing earthshine on a waxing crescent moon. That's when the darkened portion of the crescent glows dimly with light reflected from Earth.
New Moon en.wikipedia.org New moon - Wikipedia
Waxing Gibbous earthsky.org A waxing gibbous moon appears high in the east at sunset. It's more than half-lighted, but less than full.
Waning Gibbous earthsky.org It's a moon between full and last quarter. Last full moon was October 24. Next last quarter moon will be October 31. Watch for the waning gibbous moon from late night through early morning.
Last Quarter earthsky.org The next last quarter moon falls on November 30, 2018 at 00:19 UTC. A last quarter moon rises around midnight and sets around noon the following day.

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