Astronomy Calendar 2020
Astronomy Calendar 2020 New this year: New Zealand events, holidays and school terms are back.
Also New – when the Moon is at its highest and lowest points along the ecliptic for the month.
The calendar provides a nightly guide to what’s visible in the sky, including moon phases, planetary positions, eclipses, lunar occultations, conjunctions and meteor showers.
It includes a summary of the year indicating the best times to view the planets.
Astronomy Calendar 2020 features nightly moon phases and Monthly Star maps and is 23 x 33cm in size, opening to 46 x33cm.
Maps have been designed for 25° to 45° south latitude.
- Additional Star Maps show the planets in the pre-dawn and post-sunset sky, especially showing interesting conjunctions of the planets with the Moon.
- Details about the Lunar occultations for the year.
- Daily reminders of eclipses, conjunctions, and meteor showers.
- “Red letter days” remind of the most notable events of the year.