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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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    Chuck Taylor's Avatar
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    Default Lunar positions

    "Giel Weysters" <> wrote in message

    VMA will give you phases and LPP will give you long, lat and phase. They are
    reviewed at

    Clear Skies

    Chuck Taylor
    Do you observe the moon?
    Try the Lunar Observing Group



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