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8th Millennium

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8th Millennium

  • 71st century
  • 72nd century
  • 73rd century
  • 74th century
  • 75th century
  • 76th century
  • 77th century
  • 78th century
  • 79th century
  • 80th century

The eighth millennium of the Gregorian calendar will begin on January 1, 7001, and end on December 31, 8000. It will be the eighth millennium in the Anno Domini or Common Era.


  • Astronomical events 1
  • Science predictions 2
  • Fiction 3
    • Music 3.1
  • References 4

Astronomical events

All these dates are in a uniform time scale such as Terrestrial Time. When converted to our ordinary solar time or Universal Time, which is decidedly non-uniform, via ΔT, the dates would be about one day earlier.

Science predictions




  1. ^ John Meeus, More Mathematical Astronomy Morsels. Section 6.3. Willmann-Bell, 2002. ISBN 978-0-943396-74-3
  2. ^ a b Solex - Dates of occultations of Saturn by Jupiter, from Earth It will be the first time of this type of occultation since Prehistoric times. And certainly would be the unique double row in a year for perhaps one million years, or more...
  3. ^ Kaku, Michio (26 April 2004). "How Advanced Could They Be?". Astrobiology Magazine. , an interview with Michio Kaku.
  • Simultaneous Transits by Meeus and Vitagliano PDF (315 KiB)
  • Conjunctions of Regulus and the planets (German)
  • Accuracy of calculations (German)
  • EVE Online Gallentean Timeline
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