This page lists notable astronomical events in our solar system. For a list of astronomy-related human activities like star parties, see Astronomy Activites. Event Calendar. All Astronomical Events. Solar Eclipses. Solar eclipse events. Lunar Eclipses. Lunar eclipse events. Meteor Showers. Annual Meteor Showers. Transits.
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The community events calendar is an expanded version of Astronomy magazine's "Coming events." It lists upcoming star parties, conferences, lectures, and other gatherings held in the United States ...
2020 Calendar of Astronomical Events: January - June : July - December : Date GMT Event (h:m) Jan 02 01:30 Moon at Apogee: 404580 km 03 04:45 FIRST QUARTER MOON 04 09 Quadrantid Meteor Shower 05 08 Earth at Perihelion: 0.98324 AU 07 21:09 Aldebaran 3.0°S of Moon 09 23:29 Moon at Ascending Node 10 15 Mercury at Superior Conjunction 10 19:10 Pen.
All you need to photograph any astronomical event: 2020 calendar (Milky Way, Meteor Showers, eclipses, conjunctions, oppositions, occultations, Supermoons, zodiacal light...), visibility, tips, inspiring images, best gear (camera, lens, intervalometer...), how to plan and photograph them step by step (focus, settings...) – including a free 132-page astronomical events
Night Sky Network Astronomy Event Calendar. ... Providing both a club and zip/distance will produce only events that match both rules; Mode: "Both" will give the user the option to switch between list and calendar. Size: Select a responsive or fixed-width calendar. Responsive calendars will be 100% width, however you will still need to specify ...
Subscribing to this public calendar (.ics file) will insert dates and times of events of astronomical significance into your iPhone / iCal / other calendar program / cybernetic mutant brain chip. This calendar is something I curate by hand at the beginning of each year to highlight full moons, new moons, eclipses, solstices, equinoxes, mercury ...
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32,500+ BCE: During the Upper Paleolithic period, early people would keep track of the Moon‘s phases by engraving lines onto animal bones, and it has also been suggested that they might similarly have memorialized certain star patterns in the same way. One famous example includes a small piece of a mammoth tusk discovered in the Ach Valley in Germany dated between 32,500 and 38,000 years old ...