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MOON, Feb 1, 07

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Old January 31st 07, 09:14 AM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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coords: 08 00 N 24 35
cent long of trmntr: W 70.0538
sin long: -0.94
eccentricity of ellipsiod: 0.2577
distance: 242,009 mi / 389,476 km
diameter: 30.68 arcmin
illumination: 99%

Features North: Hevelius, Cavalerius, Reiner, Reiner Gamma, Sinus
at 0h trmntr xing Seleucus

Features South: Damoiseau, Grimaldi, Sirsalis + rilles, Darwin,
Lamarck, Byrgius
at 0h trmntr xing Riccioli

On Feb 1 the Moon travels 11.759 deg averaging 0.49 d/hr
libration at 0h: E 5.84d, S 4.8d and decreasing

Still, cloudless skies,
Ben T
90.126 N 35.359


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