Major Lunar Standstill 2025

2025 is a Major Lunar Standstill year. We are heading towards it now in 2024.

All year, we’ll be watching and documenting the extremes of the Moons rise and set along our horizon as well as her highs and lows in the sky. We’ll be writing a blog where we’ll explain why the Moon has an 18.6 year cycle with illustrations and animations. We’ll also share our lunar observations and invite you to share yours. Join us on a journey of exploration where we can all learn together.

Next year, we’ll be going on a journey to the stone circle of Callanish in the Outer Hebrides where we will witness the lowest Full Moon for 18.6 years. You’re welcome to join us.

Go to the Major Lunar Standstill Blog to find out more.

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