Lunar Calendars and Eclipse Finder is a small application that allows you to keep track of the moon phases as well as eclipses that occurred or are about to happen in the near future.

The setup is quick, uneventful and does not require any special attention on your part. Upon launch, you are welcomed by a rugged and outdated, yet intuitive and easy to navigate interface. The UI consists of a single medium-sized window that displays data about the moon phase that is happening in the current moment.

It is worth mentioning that the program provides you with several types of data based on various calendars that you might be using. More precise, the tool provides data based on various calendars, such as Julian, Archetypes, Meyer-Palmen Solilunar, McKenna-Meyer Goddess, Lunar Liberalia Triday, Hermetic Lunar Week, Chronological and Astronomical Julian date.

You should know that in addition to the factual data about the moon phases, the program also includes information about the illumination of the phase of the moon as well as the age. Moreover, it includes a small image that is representative of what the moon should look like during the specified date.

The program does not offer data on the current day only, but also on the past and future events. Consequentially, if you want to learn more about previous lunar eclipses for a school or personal projects, you can move the date back from the dedicated field. Alternatively, if you need to find out when the next events are going to happen, you can seamlessly move the date forward.

Regardless of whether you are planning to photograph the moon against the evening skies or you are planning a romantic picnic, you can consider using Lunar Calendars and Eclipse Finder to learn when the next lunar event takes place.