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Sync Your Calendar to All the Awesome Space Events of 2019

Are you tired of waking up and seeing your Instagram feed full of images from the previous night’s Supermoon, meteor shower, or other exciting space-happenings? I’m sure there are several of us experiencing that very feeling this morning after having missed out on last night’s New Years Day Full Moon.

Keeping track of all the amazing things happening in the galaxy can feel like a big job! Thankfully, the New York Times is here to help… again! If you’ll recall, they launched this calendar, which includes every big space event ongoing, at the beginning of 2018, and are doing another one for the new year. By clicking here you can instantly add all of the events to your Google calendar.

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The calendar has everything from natural phenomena like meteor showers (the first of which will take place on the night of Thursday, January 3), eclipses, supermoons, and so forth,┬áto scientific expeditions, including but not limited NASA and SpaceX┬átests and launches, and international efforts as well. So whatever your specific extraterrestrial interests, this calendar has you covered. The calendar is going to be a living document, and dates will be added as the year goes on. So from now on you never have to open up Instagram to learn you’ve missed out on the latest cool space events.

Which astrological phenomena or space missions are you most looking forward to in 2019? We’re pretty much amped for the whole list, but let us know what suits your space-age fancy.

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