Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsAstronomy & Space · 1 decade ago

what dates are the easters between now and 2020 going to fall on?

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  • Dr Bob
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    1 decade ago
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    I just happened to write a program to calculate this a few days ago! Here are the dates of Easter (year, month, day) for 2000 through 2100:

    2000 4 23

    2001 4 15

    2002 3 31

    2003 4 20

    2004 4 11

    2005 3 27

    2006 4 16

    2007 4 8

    2008 3 23

    2009 4 12

    2010 4 4

    2011 4 24

    2012 4 8

    2013 3 31

    2014 4 20

    2015 4 5

    2016 3 27

    2017 4 16

    2018 4 1

    2019 4 21

    2020 4 12

    2021 4 4

    2022 4 17

    2023 4 9

    2024 3 31

    2025 4 20

    2026 4 5

    2027 3 28

    2028 4 16

    2029 4 1

    2030 4 21

    2031 4 13

    2032 3 28

    2033 4 17

    2034 4 9

    2035 3 25

    2036 4 13

    2037 4 5

    2038 4 25

    2039 4 10

    2040 4 1

    2041 4 21

    2042 4 6

    2043 3 29

    2044 4 17

    2045 4 9

    2046 3 25

    2047 4 14

    2048 4 5

    2049 4 18

    2050 4 10

    2051 4 2

    2052 4 21

    2053 4 6

    2054 3 29

    2055 4 18

    2056 4 2

    2057 4 22

    2058 4 14

    2059 3 30

    2060 4 18

    2061 4 10

    2062 3 26

    2063 4 15

    2064 4 6

    2065 3 29

    2066 4 11

    2067 4 3

    2068 4 22

    2069 4 14

    2070 3 30

    2071 4 19

    2072 4 10

    2073 3 26

    2074 4 15

    2075 4 7

    2076 4 19

    2077 4 11

    2078 4 3

    2079 4 23

    2080 4 7

    2081 3 30

    2082 4 19

    2083 4 4

    2084 3 26

    2085 4 15

    2086 3 31

    2087 4 20

    2088 4 11

    2089 4 3

    2090 4 16

    2091 4 8

    2092 3 30

    2093 4 12

    2094 4 4

    2095 4 24

    2096 4 15

    2097 3 31

    2098 4 20

    2099 4 12

    2100 3 28

    Easter always occurs in the range March 22 through April 25, that is, over a 35-day period. Here's something interesting I calculated:

    - Define an early Easter as one that falls in the first 11 days of this period (March 22 through April 1).

    - Define a late Easter as one that falls in the last 10 days of this period (April 16 through April 25).

    - You never get two years in a row with early Easters, and you never get two years in a row with late Easters. (This also means that Easter never falls in March two years in a row.)

    The dates of Easter repeat over an incredibly long period of 5,700,000 years (in the Gregorian calendar that we currently use).

    Source(s): Easter-date software based on Astronomical Algorithms, by Jean Meeus
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    i was looking this up the other day, its to do with the full moon and is never before the 21st of march and the 27th (i think) of april, i found out on this site, now i know its an australian site, but they go by the same dates as us in the uk.

  • 1 decade ago

    is this a joke? What a question

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