A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Jim Rives
Date: 2020 Nov 17, 10:10 -0800
I love that chart along the ecliptic! Lays it out like the face on a clock along which the moon travels. Definitely drives home the reason these nine are appropriate for lunars. At your Lunars class in Mystic last year my very first attempt at a moon-star distance was with low lying Fomalhaut.. now I see why it was so low on the horizon. What a great class.
(was Fomalhaut the star around which the first exoplanet was discovered? )