PRLog - Dec. 23, 2009 - DENVER -- In 1980, a new kind of calendar was published for the first time. In a poster-sized format, The Moon Calendar depicted the phase of the moon for every day of the year. Thirty years later, a new format for The Moon Calendar debuts as a standard-sized wall calendar. The Moon Calendar 2010, by Kim Long, provides a mini-poster for each month, displaying accurate images of the moon phase for each day. Plus, each month features key lunar events, including full and new moons, first and last quarter moons, apogees and perigees, lunar eclipses, and key lunar juxtapositions with the major planets. Unique to The Moon Calendar is the exact time of the full moon and new moon for every time zone in the United States.
Moon Calendar 2010 cover
The Moon Calendar 2010 is available through online sales only.
$15.95, 28 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches, full color (but mostly black!).
P.O. Box 102952, Denver, CO 80250