Bob Az wrote:Very cool pictures,could you have included some key astronomical dates as well: lunar phases, solstices and equinoxes, cross-quarter days, perigee and apogee of Earth's orbit, solar and lunar eclipses, etc. etc. (OK, I know, what do I want for free. Maybe I'll go annotate my copy myself.)
Thanks, and happy new year!
owlice wrote:The 2012 calendar (all spiral galaxies) did take up less room, as it had the image and the calendar grid on one page; it was in portrait format. I wanted more room for the images, though, for this next year, so selected landscape and image on one page, calendar grid on the following. Had I had the time, I would have added annotation to different dates and hope to do that for 2014, and include the APOD text, too.
Which format do people prefer, though? A smaller calendar in portrait? The larger one, as the 2013 calendar? A format that has an image and just dates but no space to annotate/write anything for each day? Or something else?
owlice wrote:Anthony, oh, I'm sure I'll enjoy whatever format I choose to work with, but it is helpful to know what people like. Someone may suggest something I hadn't even thought of (for I am an owl of little brain, you know).
I love your idea of annotating the 2014 calendar and making it available for your coworkers; I think that's great!!
owlice wrote:There isn't source code for this; the calendar was created with Microsoft Publisher. You are welcome to the .pub file, however, which is 4Mb and is available for download here.
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