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    Re: "Horns" of the Moon are relatively horizontal?
    From: Herman Dekker
    Date: 2018 Jul 30, 19:07 -0700

    So at the poles the imaginary "horns" line has one angle of 90°, at the equator 0°

    I live at about 52° N so see the moon always at the same "angle"?

    Just a idea, if you measure the angle of the horns of the moon it can indicates your Latitude?? I have never heard about that, use of the moon, for finding roughly your position.

    Or is this not usable?

    HermanD

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