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skyhawk
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Moon rise / set times for each month preferably a chart with

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Can someone please tell me where I can print off the following relating to the Moon.

Thank you

1. Moon rise / set times for each month preferably a chart with phases

2. Height (yes I know that is subjective) in the sky, why, because I don't have access to "low down" I need the Moon to be higher than surrounding houses to see it.

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try this :

https://www.timeanddate.com/moon/uk/london

I think it's got all you're looking for. You can change location to whatever.
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Thanks will print that, is there anything easier people :)
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Post by jeff.stevens »

There is also the USNO website, which will let you print a Moonrise/Moonset table for the year, for any given location worldwide. You fill in the form B part of the website when you access the link below.

http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/RS_OneYear.php

Best wishes, Jeff.
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I have had a moonrise, moonset and sunrise, sunset etc. weather digital display that has worked continually for about 15 years. Batteries last almost ten years.
Seems accurate to a minute or so.

I think David Hinds had some similar Celestron devices.

Regards,
David
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