Basic DE405 Lunar Ephemeris and Phase For Any Date/Time/Location
Within the 600-Year Range From 1600 to 2200
Date: (1600 to 2200)
Yyyy    mm     dd
Local Time
00h to 24h
±UT Zone Offset  
(Neg = West)
Latitude
°     '     "
Longitude  (Neg=W)
°     '     "
                       Check to Apply NASA ΔT

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Phase: 346.9337 deg
Illuminated Disc Fraction: 1.295 percent (Waning)
Local TOPOCENTRIC Lunar Coordinates as Viewed From Given Location

CALENDAR DATE    LOC TIME  UTZone  LATITUDE    LONGITUDE    Astronomical
Year Mmm dd DoW  hh:mm:ss  ±hh:mm   °  '  "     °  '  "     JD Number TT
2017 Jun 22 Fri  23:33:45  -05:00  +42 45 08  -76 50 01  2457927.69010417
Applied ΔT      +00:00:00

Topocentric Right Ascension =  05h 13m 24.52s  = 5.2234785 hr
Topocentric Declination     = +17° 24' 58.64"  = +17.416289°

Horizon ALTITUDE  = -29.670° = BELOW local horizon - ASCENDING
AZIMUTH Direction = 5.263° = N   (N=0°   E=90°   S=180°   W=270°)

Horizontal Parallax = 3674.99" = 01° 01' 14.99" = 61.249773' = 1.0208295°

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GEOCENTRIC Lunar Coordinates            Applied ΔT   +00:00:00

Right Ascension     = 05h 13m 08.67s  = 5.2190753 hr
Declination         = +18° 17' 52.72" = +18.297978°
Geocentric Distance = 358002.63 km    = 222452.52 mi

Geocentric Phase Angle = 346.9337° (New=0°  FQ=90°  Full=180°  LQ=270°)
Illuminated Disc Frac  = 1.295 percent (Waning)
Geocentric Lunar Ephemeris Stats at 12:00 TT on Each Date of Jun, 2017
Referred to the True Equinox and Ecliptic of Date
Based on the NASA/JPL DE405 Ephemeris Model
No ΔT Applied
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JD12_TT    RA_Hr    Decl_Deg   Dist_Km   Phase_Ang  Day
2457903  8.1015512 +17.875882 367494.250  51.56184  xx
2457904  9.0721268 +15.490842 373111.528  64.70588  xx
2457905  9.9868006 +12.301803 379061.812  77.38709  xx
2457906 10.8497099 +08.579410 384912.370  89.63809   1
2457907 11.6707220 +04.560130 390323.090 101.51642   2
2457908 12.4621254 +00.440215 395059.445 113.09055   3
2457909 13.2364610 -03.616618 398987.066 124.42949   4
2457910 14.0052672 -07.467585 402054.647 135.59620   5
2457911 14.7783024 -10.980908 404270.854 146.64419   6
2457912 15.5629261 -14.030199 405679.566 157.61658   7
2457913 16.3635229 -16.494253 406336.755 168.54731   8
2457914 17.1810757 -18.262253 406291.591 179.46373   9
2457915 18.0131560 -19.243065 405573.796 190.39038  10
2457916 18.8546191 -19.375807 404188.668 201.35306  11
2457917 19.6990654 -18.637898 402120.390 212.38269  12
2457918 20.5407468 -17.047554 399343.385 223.51833  13
2457919 21.3763336 -14.660337 395840.517 234.80890  14
2457920 22.2060390 -11.562411 391626.086 246.31285  15
2457921 23.0339438 -07.864763 386770.729 258.09554  16
2457922 23.8676700 -03.702180 381424.340 270.22361  17
2457923  0.7176062 +00.761321 375831.982 282.75584  18
2457924  1.5957079 +05.321677 370336.491 295.73062  19
2457925  2.5136132 +09.723443 365360.996 309.15112  20
2457926  3.4796638 +13.657677 361366.352 322.97171  21
2457927  4.4948016 +16.783008 358784.516 337.09164  22
2457928  5.5486646 +18.780656 357939.089 351.36159  23
2457929  6.6189717 +19.434879 358974.749  05.60500  24
2457930  7.6768490 +18.700878 361820.121  19.64890  25
2457931  8.6962819 +16.715001 366198.490  33.35301  26
2457932  9.6617337 +13.739741 371681.869  46.62773  27
2457933 10.5699063 +10.082331 377768.130  59.43760  28
2457934 11.4268381 +06.031297 383957.268  71.79358  29
2457935 12.2437354 +01.827520 389810.115  83.74007  30
2457936 13.0336711 -02.337555 394983.503  95.34142  xx
2457937 13.8095584 -06.310384 399243.780 106.67067  xx
2457938 14.5830012 -09.960809 402464.035 117.80130  xx
JD12_TT    RA_Hr    Decl_Deg   Dist_Km   Phase_Ang  Day
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PHP Program by Jay Tanner - v1.7 - Revised: 2015 Oct 08
NOTES ON USING THIS LUNAR EPHEMERIS PROGRAM

Waxing phases are between New Moon and subequent Full Moon.
Waning phases are between Full Moon and subsequent New Moon.

The parallactic angle or 'tilt' of the lunar image is based on the
time zone and geographic location of the observer.

For the parallactic angle to be correct, both the given time zone and
geographic longitude must correspond correctly.  The program cannot
reliably determine the time zone offset from the longitude alone and
depends on the user to supply the correct information when using it.

When daylight saving/summer time is in effect, the time zone offset from UT
will be 1 hour less than the standard difference.
For example, -04:00 for NY City, instead of the standard -05:00

When the [Set to Now] button is clicked, the Date/Time/Zone are taken from
your local systen clock using a JavaScript function, but the latitude and
longitude remain set until changed or the cookie storing their values is
deleted or expires and usually refers to the home location of the
observer, which has to be given by the user.