Our world guide to the next solar and lunar eclipses
Did you miss the eclipse? Maybe you don’t live in North America. Maybe the weather was bad. Or maybe you accidentally slept through it and are now overcome with feelings of guilt and FOMO.
We decided to make a monday.com board listing out all the upcoming lunar and solar eclipses, grouped by geographical location. That way, wherever you are in the world, you can mark your calendars and find some joy in the natural phenomena around you. 🙂
Obviously we’re not astronomers, and we just pulled this info from timeanddate.com. If you find any inaccuracies here or would like to clarify something, we’d love to hear it!
** To see the board in its entirety, use the bars at the bottom and on the righthand side to scroll across and up & down. Sorry, we know it’s not the best experience…we’re working to improve it!
Things we didn’t include in this board:
1. Antarctica: Not to discriminate against continents, but if you’re reading this from Antarctica, chances are your life is already interesting enough.
2. Penumbral eclipses: These are apparently very subtle and difficult to observe. For the sake of brevity, we wanted to only include a list of things that will make you say, “Wow.” Sorry, penumbral eclipses.
3. When only a very small part of the continent is affected: If the eclipse is only kind of, sort of, maybe visible to people in the southernmost tip of Tierra del Fuego, for example, it didn’t seem fair to include it in the South America list.
We created monday.com to help teams get more done at work. But it’s actually an easy, fun, and intuitive way organize any kind of information. Is there another kind of fun board you’re interested in seeing? Let us know and we’ll make it for you…or sign up for free and make it yourself!
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