Thanks Simon. That would probably cover
most of the needs of an EME user. Add azimuth and elevation
and the list would be complete.
There is a useful app available for smart
phones (both Android and Mac/iOS are supported) called
LunaSolCal. It shows all of the data for both the moon and
the sun for any location of interest. Interested users can
find it in the app store for their particular phone. A
Windows version is also available, but I haven’t tried it
I only point this out to provide some
insight as to other data elements that potential users would
find of interest. As for lunar information, LunaSolCal
provides time and azimuth of lunar rise, set, and lunar
‘noon’, as well as phase, age/visibility (degree of
illumination), date and time of next new moon and full moon,
lower culmination, declination, distance, date of next perigee
and apogee, date and time of next lunar eclipse, etc.
Thanks for such a great program as Simon’s
World Map, and for your willingness to make it even better by
responding to user requests.
Thanks and 73 Simon.
Ken -- WBØOCV
The info I have is: Phase, Age of current
cycle, Illuminated fraction, Distance from Earth, lat/lon,
Phase name, Zodiac name.