On this page, you will be able to find your free 2020 Solar Calendar which indicates the times of sunrises, sunsets and the total amount of daylight hours throughout the year 2020. Available now, Solar Calendars for previous and upcoming years can be found in the Astronomy Calendars section.
The 2020 Solar Calendar can be used to predict the number of daylight hours in the course of the year, the times at which the sun both rises and sets, the progression of the seasons as well as the longest and shortest days in 2020.
Simply indicate the location and date you wish the Solar Calendar to calculate and your very own 2020 Solar Calendar will be displayed. By comparing the 2020 Solar Calendar together with the 2020 Lunar Calendar, further astronomical events and occurrences, like Lunar or Solar Eclipses can also be predicted.
Here, you can find your own 2019 Solar Calendar for free. Indicating Solar events, such as, the times of sunrises and sunsets and the total duration of daylight hours during the course of the year, the 2019 Solar Calendar is available now to consult regarding the most important of Solar events in 2019!
The 2019 Solar Calendar can predict the amount of daylight hours in the year, the time at which the sun sets and rises throughout 2019 as well as the beginning and end of each changing season. Making up part of the Astronomy Calendars, the free Solar Calendar can also be used to determine the longest and shortest days in the year.
You can even use the 2019 Solar Calendar alongside its counterpart, the 2019 Lunar Calendar to find out more about these two astronomical means of timekeeping as well as when a Solar and Lunar event will coincide, forming Eclipses.
On this page, you can find your free 2018 Solar Calendar which, denoting the most notable Solar events of the year 2018, includes the times at which the sun rises and sets as well as the duration of daylight hours throughout the year.
Making up a part of our Astronomy Calendars, the 2018 Solar Calendar can be used to predict the length of daylight hours at any point during the year 2018, the time of sunrises and sunsets and even the progression of the seasons. The 2018 Solar Calendar records all this as well as the longest and shortest days of the year!
You just have to indicate the location and year in the appropriate fields and the 2018 Solar Calendar will be displayed straight away. By comparing the Solar Calendar to the 2018 Lunar Calendar, you can be sure you´ll never miss the most notable of astronomical phenomenons.
Find your free 2017 Solar Calendar here. Including all you need to know about the Solar events of 2017 from the times of sunrises to sunsets and even the total number of daylight hours in 2017, the Solar Calendar is available now.
Forming part of our Astronomy Calendars section, the 2017 Solar Calendar predicts the time of sunrises and sunsets throughout the year 2017 and even the total amount of daylight hours in the year. Marking the beginning and end of the seasons, the free 2017 Solar Calendar also indicates the longest and shortest days within the year.
Simply choose the time and place in the Solar Calendar generator and your very own 2017 Solar Calendar will appear! You can even compare the results and readings of the 2017 Solar Calendar to those of the 2017 Lunar Calendar to discover more about the astronomical events occurring in 2017.
On this page, find your very own free 2016 Solar Calendar which includes everything to do with the Sun's movements from times of sunsets and sunrises to the total number of daylight hours during 2016.
From our Astronomy Calendars collection, the 2016 Solar Calendar can be used to predict the occurrence of certain Solar events, such as, the time of sunrises and sunsets as well as the total number of daylight hours in the course of the year 2016. The free 2016 Solar Calendar marks the progress of the changing seasons throughout the year and even denotes the longest and shortest days of 2016.
Decide the location and year in which you want the calendar tool to generate the Solar Calendar and it will be displayed in a matter of moments. You can also compare your 2016 Solar Calendar to the 2016 Lunar Calendar to find out more about the astronomical occurrences taking place during 2016.
You can find your free 2015 Solar Calendar here with everything you need to know about the Sun and its movements throughout the year 2015.
Making up part of our Astronomy Calendars section, the 2015 Solar Calendar can be used to predict the upcoming sunrises and sunsets for each day in 2015. The dates of these Solar occurrences, as provided by the 2015 Sun Calendar, can help to calculate the total number of daylight hours during the course of the year, the progress of the seasons and both the longest and shortest days of the year 2015.
Simply choose the location and year you want to consult and enter the data into the Solar Calendar generator. The specific Solar Calendar you´re looking for will be displayed and can be compared to the corresponding 2015 Lunar Calendar in order to predict other Astronomical occurrences throughout the year.