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Can you use an ephemeris? (Is something wrong with the moon?)

 
Currahee
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Can you use an ephemeris? (Is something wrong with the moon?)
POLL: Do you understand how to use an ephemeris?
 Yes, there is nothing wrong with the moon.
 No, but I know the moon is normal.
 No, I see something wrong with the moon.
 Yes, but the moon still does not look right.
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This thread is for data, there are already plenty for opinions. Do not post here unless you're willing to provide data in the form of images and positions, if the data is genuine then it should form facts.

[link to www.fourmilab.ch]

If you need help with the program please ask and I'll help you out. If you're using the program right and it's not what you see in the sky then please let us know your long/lat (within a couple hundred miles at least) as well as an image/video of how it looks currently. Please make sure the image is verifiable with a date, like a newspaper, and that you can see the orientation - that is to say you can see the camera is being held upright and not sideways. This is so there can be little question that the image is accurate.

You can use this to find long/lat: [link to itouchmap.com]

If something is wrong with our moon we need to know now. If it's true we need to make more people aware of it. If it's false we can continue our focus on the important matters.

Again please:

This thread is for data, there are already plenty for opinions. Do not post here unless you're willing to provide data in the form of images and positions, if the data is genuine then it should form facts.

Last Edited by Currahee on 01/24/2011 04:52 AM
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Re: Can you use an ephemeris? (Is something wrong with the moon?)
Nicely done. As soon as my sky clears I'll post.

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