Moon Tracks Astrology Calendars

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2000 - 2020 South of the Equator Monthly Moon Phase

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.



Last Total Lunar Eclipse until 2025

J McCaul, November 7, 2022

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

J McCaul, December 31, 2021

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

J McCaul, December 4, 2021

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

J McCaul, December 30, 2020

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!

2020 Solar Eclipses

J McCaul, June 21, 2020

The Summer Solstice is followed by the Solar Eclipse today. The Annular (Ring of Fire) eclipse was observable in parts of Africa, over India and China.

The December 14 solar eclipse is a total eclipse that can be observed from Chile and Argentina.

As for lunar eclipses, there was a penumbral lunar eclipse on June 5, 2020 (was not strong enough to really be observed), with another penumbral lunar eclipse on July 4/5, 2020. The last lunar eclipse of 2020 will also be a penumbral on November 30.

Year 2019 Ends with Solar Eclipse

J McCaul, December 1, 2019

The last new moon of 2019 will be a Solar Eclipse just north of the Indian Sea. On December 26, there will be an annular (ring of fire) eclipse. The eclipse will commence over Saudi Arabia and the last country to be able to observe it will be Guam as the eclipse swings over the Pacific Ocean.

All calendars, scripts and databases have been updated for the year 2020. You won't have access to most of them until January 1, 2020 0:00:01 UTC. People in the Americas will be able to access the updated pages on December 31, later on the day, depending on where they live.

Switching the Site back to SSL

J McCaul, May 20, 2019

It has been a year since having to move the Moon Tracks site to the new server, new web host, et al. When that happened, I needed to rewrite some of the database scripts to work with the new system. Because of all the time invested at the time, I chose to revert from the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) [https:] pages to the non-secure [http:] partly because the site does not have a need for SSL in order to function effectively.

Some of your bookmarked pages may need to be updated after the switch to SSL. The only reason for the change is for Search Engine Optimization purposes since we don't store your data or do any e-commerce on the site.

Thank you for your patience as we transition to the SSL pages.

Calculations for Time Zones

J McCaul, February 5, 2019

Happy Lunar New Moon! With this new moon new year comes a new page on Moon Tracks. For years now, we have navigated through hundreds of emails about time zone calculations. In an effort to respond to most of these types of questions that will undoubtedly be emailed in the future, we compiled a page with resources to assist with the complex task of adjusting for time.

The Time Zones page will hopefully, bring some clarity to how to adjust GMT/UTC times to reflect the event in your time zone.

The Time Zones page will not provide much assistance regarding the calendars that use PST. The PST pages are literally designed for me and my personal usage. I share them with you because they are also very popular and useful resources for a lot of people. There are other resources on the site that do adjust and calculate the same information based on time zones.

The Time Zones link has been added to the menu under Etcetera in the left hand column.

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Lunar Calendar

The main focus of our astrology calendars is on the Moon; "La Luna." So we have a wide range of lunar calendars pertaining to the Moon's movement through the zodiac, the void of course (VOC) transit, the Moon's phases, and the important dates of New Moon, Full Moon and Eclipse events. The daily activities guide is a useful tool for planning through the month. All information is based on Tropical aka Western Astrology


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Planet Calendars

The Moon's transit is not the only important information. We also provide dates concerning planetary ingress, retrograde motion, overall planetary influence charts, and older calendars so that you can always look back in time.

Ephemeris Tables

The day to day information about transits would not be complete without access to an ephemeris. All the ephemeris tables and charts on this site are created using GMT unless indicated otherwise on that page. Many individuals are curious about declination information. Follow the links on the declination page to read more about the purpose of declination charts.


The Planets Today

Moon Moon 24°Aquarius 42'
Sun Sun Sagittarius 23'
Mercury Mercury 18°Sagittarius 59'
Venus Venus 16°Sagittarius 48'
Mars Mars 19°Gemini 23' Retrograde
Jupiter Jupiter 28°Pisces 52'
Saturn Saturn 19°Aquarius 46'
Chiron Chiron 12°Aries 12' Retrograde
Uranus Uranus 16°Taurus 6' Retrograde
Neptune Neptune 22°Pisces 39' Retrograde
Pluto Pluto 26°Capricorn 46'
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