Featured Moon Calendar
This monthly calendar displays the astrological events of the moon. the moon's void of course start and end, as well as the planets' ingress. The calendar is set for Pacific Standard Time (-8:00 GMT).
Happy 2016 New Year!
I believe that we have caught all the calendars and appropriately updated them. This is a huge undertaking each year. We occasionally miss a page or two. If you find a page that needs to be fixed, please let us know through our contact page.
The free calendars are a labor of love for all to enjoy. Remember, these are based on Tropical Geocentric, and not to be confused with other forms of astrological theories or concepts. The majority of these calendars are focued on GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) but a few are established for Pacific Standard Time and it will indicate PST on the calendar page.
Happy New Year to all. It looks to be a great year coming up!
2016 Updates are being Added Now
We are in the process of adding the updates for the calendars for 2016. We hope to have them all done by the New Year. If the new year has already started and you discover that a calendar has not yet been updated, feel free to let us know via our contact option. Thank you for your patience.
Solar Eclipses of 2015
There are two Solar Eclipses. The first eclipse is total but the second one is partial. There are also two Lunar Eclipses, and both them are Total.
Solar eclipses are less condusive to viewing. A person must be in the right area at the right time and the sky must be clear. Also, special devices must to used to protect vision. Lunar Eclipse is more visibility friendly. If the eclipse occurs in your region, the sky is clear and it is dark, you can see it. No special equipment is necessary.
The map below shows the path of the two solar eclipses this year.
- Solar - March 20, Saros 120
- Lunar - April 4, Saros 132
- Solar - September 13, Saros 125
- Lunar - September 28, Saros 137
US/Pacific Time: 07:33 pm
US/Eastern Time: 10:33 pm