The Moon will be Full on December 12th, New on December 26th.
The Moon will be Full on November 12th and will be New on November 26th.
The Moon will be Full on October 13th, New on October 28th.
The Moon will be New on September 28th, Full on the 14th,
For at least two thousand years, and ending more than three thousand years ago, the British Isles supported one of the most advanced ‘colleges’ of astronomers in the ancient world.
The annual Perseid meteor shower from Comet Swift-Tuttle, the Great Comet of 1862, will peak on the night of 12/13th August, but will be spoiled by moonlight this year.
“The landing on the Moon was a transformational achievement which changed the perspective we have on our own planet forever: a fragile blue marble on the vast dark lunar sky.”
A new book by Duncan Lunan who writes the astronomy column in The Orkney News will be out this month – From The Moon To The Stars.
The Moon will be New on July 2nd and Full on July 16th, when it will rise about 9 p.m. during a partial eclipse.
The Moon will be New on June 3rd and Full on June 17th. This year the summer solstice falls on June 21st.