Featured Moon Calendar
The Moon has the potential for moving the most through the northern and southern declinations. Some periods, the Moon will transit to extreme declinations known as Out of Bounds declinations, while other periods, the Moon will stay "safe and close" inbounds. Some fiscal analysts use the Moon's declination transit to track their financial investments. The declination of the Moon adds another dimension to the daily Moon transit. This chart uses GMT.
Well, we're back! If you encounter an insecure error it is because we no longer have the SSL Certificate but the site does not have anything malicious on it, but some browsers may think that it does. Keep Reading to Learn More!
A hiccup with the webhosting service that we were on messed with the DNS resolution and then the Techs who were probably swamped with a huge volume of customers needing help at the same time....
In the process, we learned that the webhosting company had been acquired by a large organization that basically runs their acquisitions into the ground.
We picked up, lock, stock and barrel. and moved to a new webhosting service that is NOT owned by the EIG brand. Will leave it at that.
The https is not currently working. We need to purchase a new SSL Certificate as we had to abandon it with the previous service.
We hope to have the SSL back up within the next two weeks.
You are always welcome to check on our status with our facebook page moon.tracks.time
Thank you for your patience.
ALERT! - Recent Server Updates
Please be aware that today our server was upgraded. With this upgrade, we have noticed that we will also need to make some minor coding changes to adapt to the new software behind the scenes. If you encounter a page error, please send to us the URL of the page that you are having issues with and please explain what the error is. This link is our contact page. Thank you for your patience and we apologize for the inconvenience.
The 2018 Calendars Are Ready
The calendar scripts for 2018 are set to jump into action on January 1st. However, we have come between a rock and a hard space with bandwidth and available funding. In October and November, we came extremely close to going over the current bandwidth allotment that we can afford. More and more people are using our calendars and our resources every month, but we are not making enough with our ads to support the payment for extra bandwidth. If we can put together $120 before the end of the year, we can pay to double the bandwidth for the year.
You did it! We received $120 in contributions. THANK YOU so much. We will be able to double the bandwidth for the year. We can pay for the rest of the year with the funding we received from the ads. Our hosting package renewal is due on December 28.
We thank each and every one of you who helped us to achieve this goal. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Daily Transits Graphs
The format of the Daily Transits Graph will be changing effective 2018. The previous format of bi-weekly will now change over to twice per month. This will make the development of the images/graphs easier. If you notice any errors in output, please take a screenshot of the error on the page and email it to us via the contact page. We have done our best to beta test, but there is always the potential for errors after we roll it out.
Upgrades and Updates 2018
The webpages have been upgraded to SSL. Any information input posted on a page to change output, is now encrypted. Even though we never ask for personal information on our site, we want to ensure that you are protected to the best of our ability.
The calendar information is being updated for 2018 and the daily activities pages are being re-scripted to speed up the information/page load. If you notice errors, you can access our email address on the contact page. Remember to include the phrase - moontracks - in the subject line of the email.
Moving within the Eclipses
If you are seeing this particular message, that means that you are visiting us on the new server. This transition should be more smooth than last year's crash and burn of a server collapse. If you encounter any problems on the pages, email us (via contact page) to tell us which URL is not working, what is not working, and if there is an error message, what the message is. This new server should provide more bandwidth at less expense.
Last week was the lunar eclipse and this week is the solar eclipse. A great indicator of change, and we are taking advantage while we can. Thanks for your support and patience!
New Year is Going Over the Limit
We hope that your New Year is everything that you had hoped for. For the most part, the site pages have transitioned well. Where we are experiencing the most problem is that the site is being attacked by Spam Bots that eat up our bandwidth. We can't afford to keep enlarging our bandwidth limits. We have blocked as many IPs from these bots, as possible, without slowing down the site.
Since most people block the ads on our site, we don't earn enough ad money to be able to afford more bandwidth. As long as these spam bots are eating up our bandwidth, at the end of the month there may be months where we run out of bandwidth and it will close down the site until the beginning of the next month.
Our apologies for the inconvenience!
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