Re: [Evolution] webcal for time of full moon rise at a location

Alex DePillis <alex depillis org> wrote:
Has anyone run across a calendar for evolution that gives the time and
day that the full moon rises, at a location?
This is the only astronomical calendar that I know of:
Good stuff.  "Full moon" is strictly defined, i.e. "...a full moon
occurs when the geocentric apparent (ecliptic) longitudes of the Sun
Moon differ by 180 degrees; the Moon is then in opposition with the
Sun.[1]" (  
Whereas I'm looking for the time of day the full moon rises in, for
example, Chicago.  

No, I've never seen such a thing.  But it sounds fun and useful.  Maybe I'll put one together.

Just pass a lat/long as url parameter and get an icalendar file for the next 90 days or a date range 
specified in the url?
Adam Tauno Williams

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