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A blog about a system to determine terrestrial albedo by earthshine observations. Feasible thanks to sheer determination.

Lunar phase and azimuth

Data reduction issuesPosted by Daddy-o Sep 27, 2012 12:49PM
For all our observations, we plot the lunar phase (in the convention we use) against the azimuth (degrees East of North) of that observations.

We see that most positive phases are observations East of the meridian; most negative phases are West. Only rarely has the Moon been followed past the meridian.

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