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    Giel Weysters's Avatar
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    Default Lunar positions



    I wonder if anybody has an Excel (7 or up) worksheet in which I can
    calculate the longitude, latitude and phase of the moon for any given date,
    time and location.




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    Default Lunar positions

    "Giel Weysters" <weg@wxs.nl> wrote in message
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    date,

    VMA will give you phases and LPP will give you long, lat and phase. They are
    reviewed at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lunar-...g/message/1137

    Clear Skies

    Chuck Taylor
    Do you observe the moon?
    Try the Lunar Observing Group
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lunar-observing/



 

 

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