A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Bruce J. Pennino
Date: 2020 Aug 10, 10:33 -0700
In the current almanac, I was just checking moon rise for today at N 45. Around here everyone knows moonrise and tides are later everyday by 45-50 minutes.
For Aug 12 moonrise 23:25, Aug 13 moonrise 24:00, Aug 14 moonrise 00:00, Aug 15 moonrise 00:44. What????
Sept 12 moonrise 24:20; Sept 13 moonrise 00:20. Huh?
I'm missing something basic. Thanks and all stay well!