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1 GTAS 0 Event Planning Calendar This calendar is a PDF print of NASA's SkyCal for 0 with text added for events with Nitro PDF Creator (Reader ), a free program. The official copy is maintained by Bob Moler and located in the members section of the gtastro.org website. ( Links to the official calendar of events will be placed on the main Gtastro.org page around December st or about the time the December Stellar Sentinel come out. Copies of this planning calendar will be ed out to interested parties whom we have events before. Dates are assigned first come first served. The GTAS dates were decided at the November th board meeting. I (Bob) have added other tentative dates. Two are for the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore (SBDNL) in August and October, though I'm not sure of the August date because it's the concluding event of the Port Oneida Fair. For events to be held at the Northwestern Michigan College's Rogers Observatory contact Dr. Jerry Dobek For other events such as star parties (nighttime viewing), Sun viewing, presentations to school groups and organizations contact or Bob Moler, a NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador generally handles presentations with the aid of computer graphics. As a Solar System Ambassador Bob cannot accept compensation for his presentations, except for cost of supplies such as dry ice for dry ice comets. The GTAS doesn't charge for events but accepts donations. Donations help defray costs of insurance on the society's telescopes and other equipment and also fund our library telescope program, in which small telescopes are given to local libraries to lend. Legend: SBDNL - Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore PSSD# - Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive Stop # DC - Dune Climb PRP - Platte River Point TF - Thoreson Farm AD - Arcadia Dunes Updated: February, 0

2 of 0 January Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Mercury East :9 Moon-Regulus : Thursday Friday Saturday Moon-Jupiter : Moon A Node :9 Venus 7.9 W Last Quarter 00: Moon Apogee 0: Perihelion 9:9 New Years Day Moon-Mars : Quadrantids 0: Moon-Venus 8:7 Moon-Saturn :7 Venus-Ant. 0: Moon S Dec : Venus-Sat 0: New Moon 0: GTAS Mtg* Star Party** 0 Mercury Infer 09:0 Moon D Node 0:8 Moon Perigee :0 First Quarter 8: Greenspire STEM Moon-Aldeb : Last Quarter : Moon-Mars 0:8 Venus. W Moon N Dec : Moon-Regulus 00:0 Moon A Node 8:8 Moon-Jupiter 0: Moon-Saturn :0 Moon S Dec : Full Moon 0: Moon Apogee 0:0 Moon-Venus 0: Moon-Mercury :7 All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year. * GTAS Meeting, NMC's Rogers observatory First Friday each month, unless it's a holiday. 8-9 p.m. Applies to all calendar months ** Star party after the meeting 9- p.m. There's generally a program, clear or cloudy. Applies to all calendar months.? Tentative event, usually an annual event based on prior years. Applies to all events with a question mark. //0 :0 AM

3 of //0 :0 AM 0 February Last Quarter : Moon-Mars 0:8 Venus. W Moon-Saturn :0 Moon S Dec : Moon-Venus 0: Moon-Mercury :7 Mercury West 9: New Moon 09:9 Moon D Node : Moon Perigee : Mercury-Ven : First Quarter 0: Moon-Aldeb 0: Moon N Dec 8:8 Moon-Regulus 07:8 Full Moon :0 Moon-Jupiter :8 Moon A Node 0:0 Moon Apogee : Neptune Sun 0:7 Moon-Mars : Venus.9 W Last Quarter 8: Moon-Saturn 0: Moon S Dec 09:9 All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year.

4 of //0 :0 AM 0 March Neptune Sun 0:7 Moon-Mars : Venus.9 W Last Quarter 8: Moon-Saturn 0: Moon S Dec 09: Moon-Venus 0: Jupiter Opp 0:8 New Moon 0: Total Sol Ec 0:8 Moon D Node 0: Moon Perigee 0: Moon-Aldeb 09: First Quarter :0 Moon N Dec 0:0 0 Spring Eq 00: Moon-Regulus :0 Moon-Jupiter :7 Moon A Node 08:8 Pen Lunar Ec 07:8 Full Moon 08:0 Mercury Super :0 Moon Apogee 0: Moon-Mars : Moon-Saturn 0:8 Moon S Dec 8: Last Quarter :7 Venus 7. W All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year.

5 of //0 :0 AM 0 April Moon-Mars : Moon-Saturn 0:8 Moon S Dec 8: Last Quarter :7 Venus 7. W Moon D Node : Moon-Venus 0: New Moon 07: Moon Perigee : Uranus Sun 7: 0 Moon-Aldeb 8:0 Moon N Dec 08: First Quarter :9 Moon-Regulus 0: Moon-Jupiter 00: Mercury East 09:9 Moon A Node :0 Moon Apogee :0 Full Moon 0: Lyrids 0: Moon-Saturn : Moon S Dec 00: Mars-Antares : Mercury-M 0: Last Quarter : All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year.

6 7 of 0 May Sunday Monday Tuesday Venus 9.8 W Moon D Node : Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Eta Aquarids : 7 Moon Perigee 00: New Moon : GTAS Mtg Star Party 8 9 Moon-Aldeb 0: Mercury Infer :0 Moon N Dec 7: 0 First Quarter :0 Moon-Regulus 0:0 Astronomy Day** Transit of Mercury* 7 Moon-Jupiter 0: Moon A Node : Moon Apogee 8:0 Full Moon 7: SBDNL Dune Climb Mars Opp 07: Moon-Saturn 7:9 Moon S Dec 07: NMC Barbecue*** Last Quarter 08: Moon D Node 00: Venus. W Memorial Day Saturn Opp 0: Moon-Mercury 0:7 Moon Perigee 0: All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year. * Transit of Mercury across the Sun 7: a.m. to : p.m. NMC Observatory + SBDNL-DC ** Astronomy Day star party at NMC Observatory 9 - pm. *** NMC Barbecue - NMC Campus 0 a.m. to : p.m. //0 :0 AM

7 8 of //0 :0 AM 0 June Last Quarter 08: Moon D Node 00: Venus. W Saturn Opp 0: Moon-Mercury 0:7 Moon Perigee 0: New Moon : Mercury West 0:9 Moon N Dec 0: Venus Super 7: Moon-Regulus 0:7 Moon-Jupiter : Moon A Node 8:0 7 8 First Quarter 0:0 Mercury-M 0:0 Moon Apogee 08:00 Moon-Saturn 0:0 Mercury-Aldeb. :9 9 0 Full Moon 07:0 Moon S Dec : Summer Sol 8: Moon D Node 0: Last Quarter :9 Moon Perigee 0: Venus.8 E Moon-Aldeb :8 All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year.

8 9 of 0 July Sunday Monday Tuesday Moon D Node 0: Last Quarter :9 Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Moon Perigee 0: Venus.8 E Moon-Aldeb :8 GTAS Mtg Star Party Moon N Dec :0 New Moon 07:0 Aphelion : Mercury Super : Moon-Regulus 9: Moon A Node : Moon-Jupiter 0:08 < No Bob Moler Events > NMC Obs Star Party Independence Day 0 First Quarter 0: Moon Apogee 0: Moon-Saturn 0: < No Events with Bob Moler >?????????? 7 8 Moon S Dec : 9 0 Full Moon 8:7 Moon D Node 0:9 SBDNL* Talk + Sun + PRP Last Quarter 9:00 Moon Perigee 07: Delta Aquarids : Moon-Aldeb 0: Mercury-Reg. : <Bob not Available> Moon N Dec 00: Venus. E New Moon : Moon-Venus 0:9 Moon-Mercury 8: Moon A Node 0:8 Venus-Reg. 07:7 Moon-Jupiter : All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year. * Talk (subject TBD) at the Visitors Center by Bob Moler Sun Observing at the Dune Climb - p.m. Star Party at Platte River Point //0 :0 AM

9 0 of //0 :0 AM 0 August Moon N Dec 00: Venus. E New Moon : Moon-Venus 0:9 Moon-Mercury 8: Moon A Node 0:8 Venus-Reg. 07:7 Moon-Jupiter : Moon Apogee 0:0 First Quarter : Moon-Saturn 08:0 Perseids 08: Moon S Dec 09:0 Mercury East :9 Full Moon 0: Moon D Node 0: Mercury-Jup 0: Moon Perigee :0 Mars-Antares 0:09 Mars-Sat : Last Quarter : Moon-Aldeb : Moon N Dec 07:7 Venus-Jup 7: Mercury-Ven :09 New Moon 0:0 Ann Solar Ec 0:08 Venus. E Moon A Node : Neptune Opp : Moon-Venus 0: All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year.

10 of //0 :0 AM 0 September Mercury-Ven :09 New Moon 0:0 Ann Solar Ec 0:08 Venus. E Moon A Node : Neptune Opp : Moon-Venus 0: Sat-Antares 0:0 Moon Apogee : Moon-Saturn 7: First Quarter 07:9 Moon S Dec 8:0 7 Mercury Infer 9:8 Moon D Node 9: Pen Lunar Ec : Full Moon : Venus-Spica : Moon Perigee :00 Moon-Aldeb 8: Autumn Eq 0: Last Quarter 0: Moon N Dec : Jupiter Sun 0:9 Moon-Regulus 8: Mercury West :9 Moon A Node 8:0 New Moon 0: Venus.9 E All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year.

11 of //0 :0 AM 0 October Jupiter Sun 0:9 Moon-Regulus 8: Mercury West :9 Moon A Node 8:0 New Moon 0: Venus.9 E 7 8 Moon-Venus : Moon Apogee 07:0 Moon-Saturn 0:0 Moon S Dec 0:0 9 0 First Quarter 00: Moon D Node 0: Uranus Opp 0: Full Moon 00: Moon Perigee 9: Moon-Aldeb 0:8 Moon N Dec 9:8 Orionids 00: Last Quarter : Moon-Regulus 00:0 Moon A Node : Venus-Ant. 0: Mercury Super : Moon-Jupiter 0: Venus-Sat :7 New Moon :8 Moon Apogee : Venus 7.7 E Moon-Saturn :8 Moon S Dec 08:0 S. Taurids 00: All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year.

12 of //0 :0 AM 0 November New Moon :8 Moon Apogee : Venus 7.7 E Moon-Saturn :8 Moon S Dec 08:0 S. Taurids 00: First Quarter : Moon D Node 0:7 N. Taurids : Moon Perigee 0: Full Moon 08: Moon-Aldeb :0 Moon N Dec 0: Leonids 0:7 0 Last Quarter 0: Moon-Regulus 0:08 Moon A Node :8 Mercury-Sat :8 Moon-Jupiter 0:7 Moon Apogee :08 New Moon 07:8 Venus. E Moon S Dec : Moon-Venus 07: All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year.

13 of //0 :0 AM 0 December Moon Apogee :08 New Moon 07:8 Venus. E Moon S Dec : Moon-Venus 07: Moon-Mars 0:9 Moon D Node : First Quarter 0:0 Saturn Sun 0:0 Mercury East :9 7 Moon Perigee 8: Moon-Aldeb : Geminids 8:7 Full Moon 9:0 Moon N Dec : Moon-Regulus : Moon A Node : Last Quarter 0: Winter Sol 0: Ursids 0:00 Moon-Jupiter :7 Moon Apogee 00: Mercury Infer : Moon S Dec : New Moon 0: All event times are given for UTC-:00: Eastern Standard Time (EST) with Daylight Saving Time (DST) on for part of the year. All SKYCAL astronomical calculations are by Fred Espenak, and he assumes full responsibility for their accuracy. Special thanks to National Space Club summer intern Sumit Dutta for his valuable assistance in developing the Sky Events Calendar (July 007). Permission is freely granted to reproduce this data when accompanied by an acknowledgment: Home Solar Eclipses Lunar Eclipses Transits Resources Website Manager: Robert M. Candey Responsible NASA Official: Alex Young Heliophysics Science Division, Code 70 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Greenbelt, MD 077, USA "Sky Events Calendar by Fred Espenak and Sumit Dutta (NASA's GSFC)"

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