Posted by D on April 9, 2009, 6:38 pm, in reply to "Re: Moonset"
Message modified by board administrator April 9, 2009, 6:40 pm
The trick is to get moonsets when its dark. This morning the moon set at 7:24 and the sun rose at 8:10, perfect for both to happen in one hour. |
Looking at this chart it says the moon will set at 8:45 am and the sun will rise at 7:38 so it won't be a good time to see the moon set as it will already be light outside
I am sure there is a website out there (something like the hurricane charts a while back) which animates the whole thing into a simple graphic, perhaps Google Sky or something. You'll have to wait until I do the early morning surf the Internet thing, or else find it on your own, or perhaps someone else has the time?
I would need to borrow your binoculars to know if I can see you or not, if you held the mirror I could see sunrise from your house, which in Palin terms means your an astronaut.
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