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lunisolar calendar

(loo-nă-soh -ler) See lunar year.
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The Lantern Festival, a Chinese festival is celebrated on the 15th of the first month in lunisolar Chinese calendar.
The Tsagaan Sar is the first day of the year according to the Mongolian lunisolar calendar.
The important Chinese festival is celebrated at the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar and is traditionally marked with the giving of gifts and celebrations with family.
Together they collaborate in "Paper Flowers Chinese Style: Create Handmade Gifts and Decorations" to showcase 24 patterns which are designed to match the "24 solar terms" on the Chinese lunisolar calendar, with six flowers for each of the four seasons.
The Hebrew calendar is often described as "lunisolar" because the length of the calendar month is approximately equal to the lunar (or synodic) month of about 29.5 days, while the average length of the calendar year is approximately equal to the solar (or tropical) year of about 365.25 days.
What Is Ash Wednesday? While the start of Lent season varies each year due to Easter Sunday being decided by the lunisolar calendar, it always begins in either February or March, 46 days before Easter, with Ash Wednesday.
Lunisolar perturbations speed up or slow down this process by changing the eccentricity of the orbit and raising or lowering the perigee altitude, which in extreme cases results in direct reentry without drag-induced decay.
The satellite perturbation forces include the Earth oblateness perturbation [40, 41], the third-body attraction perturbation [42] such as lunisolar gravitational perturbation [43], the solar radiation pressure perturbation [44, 45], and the atmospheric drag perturbation.
El calendario chino, en cambio, es lunisolar. Empieza en la luna nueva mas cercana al punto medio entre el solsticio de invierno y el equinoccio de primavera por lo que su primer dia cae entre fines de enero y principios de febrero.
At the half-hour, for another period of about five minutes, the illumination changes to hues evoking the 24 solar terms of the traditional East Asian lunisolar calendar.
In effect, without most people knowing it, Christians are using a lunisolar calendar.
The New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is marked by the lunisolar Chinese calendar, so the date changes from year to year.