Featured Moon Calendar
This page is not a calendar, but a list of the upcoming Full Moon dates and times, as well as the name of the moon. The first of thirteen full moons listed starts with September, 2023. The greatest feature of this page is that you can adjust the times to match up with your time zone or simply rely on the general GMT.
Time Zone Information and Updates
First off, if you are one of the many individuals who took the time to fill in our survey, Thank You So MUCH! There's still time to fill it out before the Solstice. The last day to join in with your feedback is June 20, 2023. After that, we will close the survey.
Next, we are responding to a guest from the United States who feels that the time zone situation is too complicated when using our adjustible information pages. While the suggestion was quite sincere and would be a productive one for about 50% of our guests, unfortunately, it would also be non productive for the other 50%. So in an effort to help minimize some frustration for people in the US, we have added a USA Time Zones Resource Page. That link to the USA Time Zone page is near the top section of the Time Zones Reference Page starting with the phrase "USA Update 2023" (Fifth Paragraph under the Title).
More Updates. Needed to update some coding behind the scenes on four pages:
- the Full Moon Names,
- the New Moon Dates,
- the Void of Course Basics and
- the Void of Course for Advanced.
Thanks everyone for your patience.
Hi gang. Have been working hard on a new project that your wonderful donations have helped us to create. Personalized Moon Phases This is a temporary location until we can work out all the issues/errors that inevitably pop up from creating such an involved script. If, you encounter any errors, please feel free to send us a screenshot of the issue to show us what the error is creating on the page.
Plus, we have Two Great Solar Eclipses coming up this year. The first in April, and the second in October. The April eclipse will be a Total Eclipse, while October will be an Annular Eclipse, meaning that the moon will not be "large" enough to totally obscure the Sun's light, and will leave a ring of fire exposed. Either way, make certain to have specialized eclipse glasses (not just sun glasses) if you are going to get to watch either of these eclipses.
Happy New Year 2023
The New Year is here for most of us, and I hope it is a great year for all of you. Calendars are still be updated and should be complete by the end of January 1, 2023. Thank you for your patience. Weather conditions in my area delayed my process, and thankfully I had most of it done ahead of time. If for any reason you encounter any errors on any pages after January 1, 2023, please let me know.
Last Total Lunar Eclipse until 2025
Tonight's Total Lunar Eclipse will be the last Total until 2025. There will be partial and penumbral lunar eclipses, but this will be the last "blood red" lunar eclipse for a couple of years. Tonight's eclipse will be visible (if the skies are clear) from the countries surrounding or in the Pacific Ocean.
New Year 2022
It's been a full year of events, and hopefully, we are all ready for it to be over to start anew.
Almost all the pages are updated with one exception. The Daily Transit Graph, which already had 2022 information on it, is still being updated.
Depending on your timezone, most of the 2022 information should come up by the end of January 1, 2022. The database works off of UT 0, and as such, a few timezones need to wait, up to 12 hours, to have access to the new data. If, after January 1, 2022, you are still not getting access to the new information, please feel free to let us know which page (URL) is having issues.
PS - We have already been notified by several people that the Void of Course page is missing December 31, 2021. It's there based on TimeZone. If you are looking at the intro page view without changing the timezone, there is no activity on December 31. Once you change over to other timezones, the December 31 information does show up.
Sending waves of good luck and success for everyone in the New Year, 2022!
2021 Solar Eclipses
Today's total solar eclipse was observable only from Antarctic near the south pole.
As for lunar eclipse, there was a penumbral lunar eclipse on November 19, 2021 and was deep enough to have the copper hue during its very long transformation.
2021 New Year Calendars/Tables
Working to update all the tables and calendars during the last few days of the year. If a favorite page is not updated by January 2, 2021, please don't hesitate to let us know (contact page) using Moon Tracks in the subject line to ensure we actually get the email.
There are no new changes to formats this year.
Happy New Year!
US/Pacific Time: September 21 11:51 am
US/Eastern Time: September 21 02:51 pm