|I have been using one form or another of Calendar Creator since the old
DOS days; as a matter of fact, the DOS Calendar Creator program was a better
product than todays variants in many ways. For one, the old DOS program included
a calendar which showed the phases of the moon; this has been missing from
all the Calendar Creator products at least since the year 2000.
So, I searched the net and found a table of
phases on the U.S. Naval Observatory site, I converted this data to a
calendar file. This data on the phases of the moon lists the new moons, the
first quarter moons, the full moons, and the last quarter moons for
the time period from January 1998 through December 2005. Each occurrence
of the moon is one event, with the time of the event shown in central standard
time for the U.S.A.(Universal time less six hours). I added some nice
moon graphics to complete the calendar.
click on the calendar to see a larger
Feel free to add this file to your collection of calendar events.
This is a Calendar Creator ".bcc" file. This file can be opened directly
in newer versions of Calendar Creator.
This file has been compressed into a ".zip" file for fast download.
Change this for yourself as you choose, but remember; if you change the times
to match your time zone, you may actually move some of these events into
a different date.
Alternately you may download this raw data in a "coma separated
variable" format that can be imported into old versions of Calendar Creator.
This data is arranged in rows and columns;
where each row is one event, and the columns are as follows:
||Event Start Time,
||Event End Time,
this has been compressed into a ".zip" file for fast download.
If you only want the moon graphics, you can also get that here: