Farmers’ Almanac astronomy provides the best times to view meteor showers, full moons, facts about planets and stars, plus more!

Passover, Easter, And The Paschal Full Moon

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The Paschal Full Moon is the first full Moon after the spring equinox. The Paschal Full Moon is significant because it determines which date Easter falls on each year. For this reason, Easter is a movable holiday, occurring anywhere from late March to late April. When Is The Next Paschal Full Moon? In 2025, the

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Celestial Ceres

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Long before Pluto, another spherical chunk of rock and ice in our Solar System was given, and subsequently stripped of, planetary status. Learn about Ceres.

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Petite Pluto

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It may have had an identity crisis for a while, but Pluto is a planet again, and it's pretty interesting. Learn more!

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Nebulous Neptune

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Neptune is the eighth, and farthest, planet in our Solar System. Learn more about the mysterious "Blue Planet."

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Unusual Uranus

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Uranus may not be as big as Jupiter or as impressively arrayed as Saturn, but look a little closer and you'll find that there's more to "Bullseye Planet" than meets the eye.

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