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Originally posted by Trublbrwing
The next day I went online and searched for news of this event, every single moon phase graphic showed the moon lit on the left or right, NOT on the bottom. Knowing the importance of the moon to mariners I went to the US navy web site and sure enough they had current moon phase posted, the crescent was on the side, not the bottom.
I honestly can't explain why it isn't in the news or on the front page of every astronomy web site, it certainly should be.
I also can't explain why no moon phase graphic exists with the crescent anywhere but left or right of center.
Because amateur astronomers (not to mention professionals) know that this is normal and routine. Just ask these guys:
Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
reply to post by ngchunter
Normal and routine? lol thats a first one i heard.
Sorry but the way the moon has been acting i dont think its normal or routine.