Crescent Moon Visibility of Shaban 1443 AH

The crescent visibility map below for Shaban 1443 shows that the moon will be born on 2 March 2022 at 17:35 GMT/UT, but it will not be visible by the naked-eye anywhere in the UK to Morocco region (or anywhere in the whole world) on that date. However, on 3 March 2022 the moon will be easily visible in the UK and in most countries of the world. Hence, the month of Shaban is most likely to start from 4 March 2022, InShaAllah.

PLEASE NOTE: The start of Shaban 1443 is likely to coincide on the same date between all the moon sighting criteria practised in the UK (including Morocco and Saudi Arabia), which is a unique opportunity to agree on a UK-only criteria from this date, InshaAllah! See Local or Regional Moon Sighting Proposal from last year (Ramadan 1442).

Visibility Map for Shaban 1443 AH (b) Visibility Map for Shaban 1443 AH (c)

When to Observe the Crescent Moon of Shaban 1443 AH

Please look for the Hilal of Shaban 1443 AH on 3 - 4 March 2022 (29th Rajab & the next day) after sunset from the western horizon and report your results (positive or negative) via our website Observation Report Form. [Photo Competition] See Also: Significance and Virtues of Shaban

Results of Crescent Moon Observations for Shaban 1443 AH

Announcement for start of Shaban 1443 AH

No Announcement Available

Note that Saudi Arabia do not normally make any official Hilal Sighting announcement from Safar to Shaban (as they usually follow the Ummul Qura Calendar in these months).
Crescent Moon Visibility of Rajab 1443 AH

The crescent visibility map below for Rajab 1443 shows that the moon will be born on 1 February 2022 at 5:46 GMT/UT, but it will not be visible by the naked-eye anywhere in the UK to Morocco region on that date. However, on 2 February 2022 the moon will be visible in most of the world. Hence, the month of Rajab is most likely to start from 3 February 2022, InShaAllah.

Visibility Map for Rajab 1443 AH (a)

Visibility Map for Rajab 1443 AH (b)

When to Observe the Crescent Moon of Rajab 1443 AH

Please look for the Hilal of Rajab 1443 AH on 1 - 2 February 2022 (29th Jumada Al-Akhira & the next day) after sunset from the western horizon and report your results (positive or negative) via our website Observation Report Form. [Photo Competition] See Also: Significance and Virtues of Rajab

Results of Crescent Moon Observations for Rajab 1443 AH

Announcement for start of Rajab 1443 AH

No Announcement Available

Note that Saudi Arabia do not normally make any official Hilal Sighting announcement from Safar to Shaban (as they usually follow the Ummul Qura Calendar in these months).
Crescent Moon Visibility of Jumada Al-Akhira 1443 AH

The crescent visibility map below for Jumada Al-Akhira 1443 shows that the moon will be born on 2 January 2022 at 18:33 GMT/UT, but it will not be visible by the naked-eye anywhere in the UK to Morocco region (or anywhere in the whole world) on that date. However, on 3 January 2022  the moon will be easily visible in the UK to Morocco region (and in almost all countries of the world). Hence, the month of Jumada Al-Akhira is likely to start from 4 January 2022, InShaAllah.

Visibility Map for Jumada Al-Akhira 1443 AH (a)

Visibility Map for Jumada Al-Akhira 1443 AH (b)

When to Observe the Crescent Moon of Jumada Al-Akhira 1443 AH

Please look for the Hilal of Jumada Al-Akhira 1443 AH on 3 - 4 January 2022 (29th Jumada Al-Ula & the next day) after sunset from the western horizon and report your results (positive or negative) via our website Observation Report Form. [Photo Competition]

Results of Crescent Moon Observations for Jumada Al-Akhira 1443 AH

Announcement for start of Jumada Al-Akhira 1443 AH

No Announcement Available

Note that Saudi Arabia do not normally make any official Hilal Sighting announcement from Safar to Shaban (as they usually follow the Ummul Qura Calendar in these months).
Crescent Moon Visibility of Jumada Al-Ula 1443 AH

The crescent visibility map below for Jumada Al-Ula 1443 shows that the moon will be born on 4 December 2021 at 7:43 GMT/UT, but it will not be visible by the naked-eye anywhere in the UK to Morocco region on that date. However, on 5 December 2021 the moon may be visible in the UK to Morocco region. Hence, the month of Jumada Al-Ula is most likely to start from 6 December 2021, InShaAllah. Note that there will be a total solar eclipse on 4 December 2021 across South America/Southern Africa.

Visibility Map for Jumada Al-Ula 1443 AH (a)

Visibility Map for Jumada Al-Ula 1443 AH (b)

When to Observe the Crescent Moon of Jumada Al-Ula 1443 AH

Please look for the Hilal of Jumada Al-Ula 1443 AH on 5 - 6 December 2021 (29th Rabi-ul Thani & the next day) after sunset from the western horizon and report your results (positive or negative) via our website Observation Report Form. [Photo Competition]

Results of Crescent Moon Observations for Jumada Al-Ula 1443 AH

Announcement for start of Jumada Al-Ula 1443 AH

No Announcement Available

Note that Saudi Arabia do not normally make any official Hilal Sighting announcement from Safar to Shaban (as they usually follow the Ummul Qura Calendar in these months).