You can produce a list of astronomical events from the SkyCaramba catalog which now covers the years 2010 to 2029. The form on the left lets you search by object. The form on the right lets you search by event type. Choose a date range and enter your time zone. For UTC, leave the time zone at "0". Entering "-6" will give you results for the time zone 6 hours behind UTC. Remember to add an hour (or whatever) if your country uses a summer time shift.

Form 1
Check the boxes for events involving:

Sun
Venus
Jupiter
Neptune

Moon
Earth
Saturn
Pluto

Mercury
Mars
Uranus

Ceres
Vesta
Flora
Eros

Pallas
Hebe
Eunomia

Juno
Iris
Melpomene



Now decide your date range:

Start:
           

End:
           

And enter your time zone's UTC offset.


How do you want the output?
Web page       Text page


   

 

Form 2
Check the boxes for event types:

Solar eclipses
Lunar eclipses
Mars's seasons

Moon phases
Earth's seasons

 

Moon
Ascending nodes
Crosses equator
northward
Northern lunistice
Perigee

 
Descending nodes
Crosses equator
southward
Southern lunistice
Apogee

 

Planets
Perihelions
Oppositions
Transits
Entering constellations

 
Aphelions
Greatest elongations
Saturn ring plane crossing
Direct/retrograde motion

 

Lunar occultations
Of planets

 
Of bright stars

 

Conjunctions
In right ascension
In celestial longitude
In angular separation



Now decide your date range:

Start:
           

End:
           

And enter your time zone's UTC offset.


How do you want the output?
Web page       Text page