The 2024 lunar calendar is an instant guide to moon cycles in the Northern Hemisphere. The Northern Hemisphere includes all of Europe, all of North America, the Northern reaches of South America, about two-thirds of Africa and all of Asia excluding parts of Indonesia.
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 Synaps synthetic paper which is waterproof, tear-proof and 100% recyclable. It has a special coated surface with anti-static treatment that gives a smooth matt finish. Made without using harmful polyvinyl chlorides (PVCs). Easy to clean and sits beautifully behind a glass frame too.
This calendar will look great in a frame, pinned to a board, with a magnet on the fridge or hanging up. It’s a single sheet, with the calendar on one side and a plain back with logo on.
The print dimensions are 148mm wide by 420mm tall. This is the same height as a sheet of A3 card but only half the width.
Oak Frame and mount option – Image size 14.85cm wide by 42cm high. Overall frame size 29.85cm wide by 57cm high.
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