Monday, July 05, 2010


The US Naval Observatory site that calculates Complete Sun and Moon Data for One Day is down. Even if you ignore the script in the sidebar <<<-- and go straight to the source, it's been coming up 'Service Unavailable' for a couple of days. I've been using for Victoria. Wonder where they get their data. Not USNO, one presumes.

It doesn't show Civil Twilight. Too bad. Just when I'm thinking about the angle of the ecliptic, how the sunset light lingers still, and the line drawn on the sky among trees and clouds by Venus, Mars and Saturn, in Leo & Virgo, the latter two points barely visible in the long light of dusk.

1 comment:

Miriam Sagan said...

Enjoying 24 hours a day of daylight here in Iceland!