We did update all of the daily moon pictures, including adding new pictures for each eclipse type, as well as lightening the background around the moons to make it easier to read, and to write your own notes, but that’s not what I want to focus on here. I think how good it looks speaks for itself, especially with the new color border!
The place we got the new photographs, and some of the new data we’re incorporating, is NASA.gov. This website is an incredible—free!—resource for learning about space and weather. The pictures of the moon Maxx pulled from are incredibly high-resolution and beautiful to look at, and I understand the mechanics of eclipses so much better than I ever have thanks to the information they offer.
If you’d want to learn more about the moon or any other part of space and how they effect our weather on Earth, and you enjoy spending time online, I recommend poking around their website. And since the calendar has gone to print, NASA has announced they will be launching a free, ad-free streaming service soon!