Moon Calendar Postcard

Moon Calendar Postcard

This is a convenient version of the the popular moon calendar poster. This 6.5 inches by 10.5 inches card shows all the phases of the moon as well as information on lunar eclipses and dates of perigee (when moon's orbit is closest to earth) and apogee (when farthest).

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