Traditional Moladot for Hebrew Year 5782

Rosh Hashanah on the day of the molad.
Normal Leap Year (Cheshvan 29 days, Kislev 30 days) in year 6 of 19 — Jerusalem, Israel: 31.7778°N, 35.2344°E, elevation 800m, time zone +02:00

Molad time is counted from mean sunset, as specified by Rambam, not midnight. Don't convert this to ''civil'' time, any time zone adjustments are pointless,
and it never makes sense to add an hour to the announced molad time for ''Daylight Saving'' (see <http://www.hakirah.org/Vol%206%20Loewinger.pdf>).
''Last Old Crescent'' = calculated last visibility of old lunar crescent before sunrise if local conditions permit, with direction measured clockwise from true north (east = 90°).
''First New Crescent'' = calculated first visibility of new lunar crescent after sunset if local conditions permit, with direction measured clockwise from true north (west = 270°).

Shabbat
Mivarchim
Israel Parshah,
Special Maftir
Molad Yom
and Time
New
Month
Rosh Chodesh
on Yom
Last Old
Crescent
Actual New Moon
UT+02:00 DST adjust
First New
Crescent
Actual Full Moon
UT+02:00 DST adjust
Duration
>29 days
(27 Elul)(Nitzavim)Shlishi 5h 497pTishreiShlishi-Rivii29 Elul, 77°03:52 Tue, Sep 7, 20213 Tishrei, 264°02:55 Tue, Sep 21, 202110:14
26 TishreiBereishitRivii 18h 210pCheshvanRivii-Chamishi29 Tishrei, 91°14:05 Wed, Oct 6, 20212 Cheshvan, 255°17:57 Wed, Oct 20, 202110:09
24 CheshvanChayei SarahShishi 6h 1003pKislevShishi28 Cheshvan, 107°23:15 Thu, Nov 4, 20213 Kislev, 235°10:57 Fri, Nov 19, 202110:28
23 KislevVayeishevShabbat 19h 716pTevetShabbat-Rishon29 Kislev, 120°09:43 Sat, Dec 4, 20212 Tevet, 232°06:36 Sun, Dec 19, 202110:50
28 TevetVa'eiraSheini 8h 429pShevatSheini28 Tevet, 129°20:33 Sun, Jan 2, 20222 Shevat, 237°01:48 Tue, Jan 18, 202211:13
27 ShevatMishpatimShlishi 21h 142pAdar RishonShlishi-Rivii28 Shevat, 132°07:46 Tue, Feb 1, 20222 Adar Rishon, 243°18:56 Wed, Feb 16, 202211:49
25 Adar RishonVayakhel,
Shekalim
Chamishi 9h 935pAdar SheiniChamishi-Shishi27 Adar Rishon, 127°19:35 Wed, Mar 2, 20221 Adar Sheini, 259°09:18 Fri, Mar 18, 202212:50
23 Adar SheiniShemini,
Parah
Shishi 22h 648pNisanShabbat27 Adar Sheini, 107°09:24 Fri, Apr 1, 20222 Nisan, 274°21:55 Sat, Apr 16, 202214:04
29 NisanKedoshim,
Machar Chodesh
Rishon 11h 361pIyarRishon-Sheini28 Nisan, 88°23:28 Sat, Apr 30, 20222 Iyar, 286°07:14 Mon, May 16, 202215:02
27 IyarBamidbarShlishi 0h 74pSivanShlishi28 Iyar, 72°14:30 Mon, May 30, 20222 Sivan, 295°14:52 Tue, Jun 14, 202215:22
26 SivanKorachRivii 12h 867pTammuzRivii-Chamishi29 Sivan, 63°05:52 Wed, Jun 29, 20222 Tammuz, 293°21:37 Wed, Jul 13, 202215:03
24 TammuzMattotShishi 1h 580pAvShishi28 Tammuz, 67°20:55 Thu, Jul 28, 20222 Av, 290°04:36 Fri, Aug 12, 202214:22
23 AvEikevShabbat 14h 293pElulShabbat-Rishon29 Av, 73°11:17 Sat, Aug 27, 20222 Elul, 274°12:59 Sat, Sep 10, 202213:37

In the era of the Maccabees, the traditional molad interval (29 days 12 hours 793 parts = 29 days 12 hours 44+1/18 minutes = 29+13753/25920 days
= 29.530594135802469... days) equaled the mean lunar cycle duration (synodic month), and the traditional molad corresponded to the mean new moon
(lunar conjunction) at midway between the Nile River and the end of the Euphrates River (4° east of Jerusalem = Jerusalem local mean time +16m).
Tidal transfer of angular momentum from Earth to Moon causes the mean synodic month to get progressively shorter (in terms of mean solar days),
so since the Hasmonean dynasty the accumulating molad interval excess causes its reference meridian to drift eastward at an accelerating rate.
As of Tishrei 5782 the mean synodic month ≈ 29.5305876041 mean solar days or about 0.56 seconds shorter than the traditional molad interval,
and the traditional molad = mean lunar conjunction at 30 31' east of Jerusalem = Jerusalem local mean time +2h 2m 4s.

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