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|NEW MOON: 12-3-13, 1:30 pm
First Quarter: 12-9-13, 5:13 1m
FULL MOON: 12-16-13, 11:29 pm
Last Quarter: 12-25-13, 3:49 am
Note: ALL TIMES ARE HAWAIIAN STANDARD TIME (HST)
EARTH AT PERIHELION 2013: Jan. 1, 19:00 | EARTH AT APHELION 2013: July 5, 05:00
EQUINOXES 2013: March 20, 1:02 am | September 22, 10:44 am
SOLSTICES 2013: June 20, 7:04 pm | December 21, 7:11 am
- April 23 : Partial Lunar Eclipse
- May 9: Annular Solar Eclipse
- May 24: Penumbral Lunar Eclipse
- October 18: Penumbral Lunar Eclipse
- November 23: Total Solar Eclipse
METEOR SHOWERS 2013:
• QUADRANTIDS: Jan. 5-7 ~ Peak Jan. 3 (8:00pm)
• LYRIDS: Apr. 16-25 ~ Peak Apr. 21 (6:00pm)
• ETA AQUARIDS Apr. 21-May 28 ~ Peak May 5 (8:00am)
• PERSEIDS: July 17-Aug. 24 ~ Peak Aug. 12 (1:00am)
• ORIONIDS: Oct. 2-Nov.7 ~ Peak Oct. 20 (6:00pm)
• LEONIDS: Nov. 10-23 ~ Peak Nov. 16 (11:00pm)
• GEMINIDS: Dec. 7-17 ~ Peak Dec. 13 (1:00pm)
LAHAINA NOON, 2013
Kahului: May 24, 12:22pm ~ July 17, 12:32pm | Hana: May 23, 12:20pm ~ July 18, 12:30pm
HAWAIIAN CALENDAR ~ SEASONS & MONTHS
There are two seasons in Hawaii: Ho’oilo, the cooler wetter season, and Kau the hotter, drier season. Both seasons last about six months. Months begin with the New Moon.
November 18: Makahiki (start of Hawaiian year)
Ho’oilo (Cooler, Wetter Season)
Welehu (Oct.-Nov.) •• Makali’i (Nov.-Dec.) •• Ka’elo (Dec.-Jan.)
Kaulua (Jan.-Feb.) •• Nana (Feb.-Mar.) •• Welo (Mar.-April)
Kau (Hotter, Drier Season)
Ikiiki (April-May) •• Ka’aona (May-June) •• Hinaia’ele’ele (June-July)
Hilinaehu (July-August) •• Hilinama (Aug.-Sept.) •• Ikuwa (Sept.-Oct.)
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