moonset


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moonset

[′mün‚set]
(astronomy)
The crossing of the visible horizon by the upper limb of the descending moon.
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A map will emerge which can be scrolled to the city required, say Karachi, with a table to set the date On June 4, the moonset is at 62 minutes after sunset, so the moon will definitely be sighted.
In looking at the moonrise/ moonset charts, the period from Nov.
He added that the age of the new moon on Wednesday evening will be more than 26 hours in all cities of Pakistan, and the difference between sunset and moonset will be 58-60 minutes.
He added the age of the new moon on Wednesday evening will be more than 26 hours in all cities of Pakistan, and the difference between sunset and moonset will be 58-60 minutes.
The difference between sunset and moonset will also be 58-60 minutes in various important cities of the country.
The new moon will be sighted only if its age is more than 19 hours at sunset, and the difference between sunset and moonset should also be more than 40 minutes, said Mufti.
The difference between sunset and moonset will also be 58-60 minutes in different important cities of the country.
Seattleites might see the star slip behind the Moon about 70 minutes before moonset, but the Moon will only be 10[degrees] high at that time, so there's a good chance the cloud-catching peaks of the Olympic Mountains will interfere.
"[The moon is] going to affect [the view] negatively but it won't be as much after midnight, [after] the moonset," she said.
Shown are "prime" times of moonrise, moonset, and when moon is directly over and under Lakeland, midpoint of Florida.
Key elements of the lunar cycle that are more likely to control spawning are its periodicity and the timing of moonrise and moonset (Boch et al., 2011).
Despite the cloudy weather, moonset was observed when the clouds dispersed and sky became clear.