Now one more thought concerning my original OP. They say Field Rotation. But I watched the moon 2 days ago when it first appeared in our sky here I think around 5pm. Its orientation most closely resembled the picture found in this article:
[link to www._guardian.co.uk
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Now even this is very curious, because if you reference back the orientation of the moon in its lunar libration, it's a bit out of whack, no?
[link to www.youtube.com
Look where the dark crater in the upper right position is. That's what my eye focused on, and it's position was almost like in the Guardian Link, which is in the 1 o'clock position. But my Viewing took it to be in the 1:30 position. In the Libration Video, it's wobbling in the 2:30 position it looks to me.
So I can only conclude then that we are tilted most unusually yet again.
And oh, back to my first thought about FR. That dark crater that I pointed your attention to, well it was in the same position (remember about 1:30) all night long. Yes, I watched it all night. Didn't turn at all with this FR theory.