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Lunar Calendars and Eclipse Finder

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Note: This review addresses v9.14 of the software.

Want to know when the next full moon will be? How about the next eclipse? Or the current Solar Liberalia Triday? If you answer "Yes" to the first two and even understand the last one, Lunar Calendar and Eclipse Finder may be the program for you.

Lunar Calendar and Eclipse Finder gives you all the information you could ever want about, well, lunar calendar and eclipses. While the trial version is limited to the current year, the full program is not so limited. If, for example, you are writing a novel set in 1834 and want to have an eclipse, this program will tell you if there was one in the appropriate time zone.

It tells you a lot more. In the interest of honesty, I cannot give suggested uses for some of the data here, such as Goddess Lunar--perhaps helpful to schedule your next Druidic rite--but if you do know what you might want to do with it, or with the Meyer-Palman Solilunar, this Lunar Calendar and Eclipse Finder will give you the information you need.

Note: The demo version calculates only within the current year; it also cannot copy data to the clipboard. The paid versions lift these restrictions. The price given here is for a perpetual license.

--Ian Harac

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