Crescent Visibility Map for Sha’ban 1435 AH

The beginning of the month Sha’ban 1435 AH (after hijra) is nearing. The astronomical New Moon is on Wednesday May 28, 2014 at 18:40 UT. According to MoonCalc program simulation there is no possibility of moonsighting on that day based on many sighting criteria.

On Thursday evening, May 29, the moon can be seen with difficulty in Africa and North America, but can easily be seen in South and Central Americas. On Friday, May 30, the moon can be easily seen in the whole world.

Crescent Visibility Map for Sha’ban 1435 AH

Below is visibility map of the hilaal or youngest crescent moon of Sha’ban 1435 AH for the two days after astronomical new moon.

Crescent Visibility Curve of the month of Sha'ban 1435 AH for the evening of May 29th, 2014. Only South America and part of central America would be able to see the crescent easily.
Crescent Visibility Curve of the month of Sha’ban 1435 AH for the evening of May 29th, 2014. Only South America and part of central America would be able to see the crescent easily.
Crescent Visibility Curve of the month of Sha'ban 1435 AH for the evening of May 30th, 2014. Most part of the world would be able to see the young crescent moon easily.
Crescent Visibility Curve of the month of Sha’ban 1435 AH for the evening of May 30th, 2014. Most part of the world would be able to see the young crescent moon easily.

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