2021 Lunar Calendar – 2021 Lunar Calendar for the Northern Hemisphere
This reference chart is perfect if you want to know when to plant seeds, plan a ‘moonlit moment’ or for any aspiring werewolves who want to sit on a hilltop and have a really good howl!
The 2021 lunar calendar is an instant guide to moon cycles in the Northern Hemisphere. The Northern Hemisphere includes all of North America, the Northern reaches of South America, about two-thirds of Africa, all of Asia excluding parts of Indonesia and all of Europe.
Half of the moon’s surface is always illuminated by sunlight, but just how much we see from Earth varies daily, and this is called a moon phase. A full moon happens roughly every 29.5 days when the moon is completely illuminated by the Sun’s rays and appears as a glowing circle.
The calendar is printed on extremely thick 3mm board. Twice the thickness of our calendars last year, this is like the really thick card on the back of sketch books so this calendar will prop on a shelf, or look great in a frame. It’s a single sheet of card, with the calendar on one side and a plain grey back with logo on.
The dimensions are 148.5mm wide by 420mm tall. This is the same height as a sheet of A3 card but only half the width.