AlmanacAn almanac is an annual publication containing tabular information in a particular field or fields often arranged according to the calendar. Astronomical data and various statistics are also found in almanacs, such as the times of the rising and setting of the sun and moon, eclipses, hours of full tide, stated festivals of churches, terms of courts, lists of all types, timelines, and so on.
See also: List of almanacs, Gazetteer
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Her Majesty's Nautical Almanac Office
Produces the Astronomical Almanac, the Nautical Almanac, Astronomical Phenomena, the Star Almanac and the UK Air Almanac.
Companion to National Public Broadcasting's award-winning radio and television programs: art, music, history, and current events.
Computer Industry Almanac
An annual reference guide to the computer industry. Thousands of links.
CNN Daily Almanac
Provides daily briefs of historical events, previews of currently developing stories, and links to related sites.
Gary Price Fast Facts
Compilation of quick reference resources, including almanacs, statistics, and fact books.
Online version of America-wide almanac for small urban communities.
The Almanac News
A source for local news for citizens of Palo Alto and Montain View communities.
University of Pennsylvania Almanac
Compilation of information on politics, social studies and history.
Collection of numbers relevant to computers, along with references
The Moron's Almanac
Humorous take on almanacs. Compares two unrelated events on their anniversary.
J. Grubers Hagerstown Town and Country Farmers Almanack
Weather predictions, garden, health and home, who's who and astronomy.