Featured Moon Calendar
This 20 year calendar is great for anglers, hunters and gardeners south of the equator who need to look back in time and in to the future to find the phase of the moon on any given day. Planning your events around the phase of the moon is easy with this moon phase tracker. The calendar's waxing and waning is geared for the Southern Hemisphere. There is also a separate calendar for the Northern Hemisphere.
Happy New 2024 Year
All the tables and databases have been updated for 2024, and as soon as it is Midnight Greenwich Mean Time, the scripts should kick into gear and post the 2024 info. In the Pacific NW (USA) that will be after 4:00 pm on December 31, 2023. For Australia, that should be after 10:00 am on January 1, 2024.
Note Added January 1, 2024: Have swept through all the pages looking for any errors and fixed any that we encountered. IF YOU ENCOUNTER any pages or apps with errors, please contact us using our contact page or through our Facebook page. Include the URL (i.e. /void_of_course_moon_dates.html) of the page with the error so that we know which page since we have several pages that have similar content/information. Thanks!
Sending wishes to everyone for a happy and prosperous 2024.
End of the Year Update
Some of you have already reached out to remind us to update the calendars... and, yes, we are working on that, behind the scenes. The Astrology Calendar for 2024 is all up to date. The databases and tables behind the scenes on the other information tables and calendars are being updated as well, but since the majority of the calendars are monthly, you aren't likely to notice any changes until January 1, 2024.
The Personalized Monthly Moon Phase is finally out of test phase and set up as one of our regular pages in the menu list and on our Site Map. Your kind donations throughout the year helps us to create new calendars and moon information that you all can enjoy. Thank you so much for your support.
If at any point you notice that our updates have caused an error on any of our pages, please feel free to reach out to us on the Facebook Page or use our contact page to email the Moon Tracks Gang along with the URL of the page that is throwing the error.
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.
US/Pacific Time: February 27 04:09 pm
US/Eastern Time: February 27 07:09 pm