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Shared on September 7, 2004 at 8:03 am

Eclipse Calendar

This calendar of eclipses is dynamically computed, using algorithms from Meeus's Astronomical Algorithms. The time is corrected from Dynamical Time to civil time, and is generally accurate within one minute.

The time of maximum contact is given for each eclipse. When they do happen, eclipses aren't visible everywhere on Earth. This is especially true for solar eclipses.

The downloadable calendar includes all moon phases, equinoxes, solstices, and lunar and solar eclipses for the last calendar year, this year, and for the following three calendar years.

All events appear as momentary events, not as day-long events.

Comments

53527e80eebbcdb343373739d247f816
Which civil time are you using? Is it GMT?
over 4 years ago
657df018dd2ab2ea12d1524d40ec5c51
It should also have past event added to it, I m using iCal to write a bio, the moon phases back in the 90's would help...
over 4 years ago