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3566 / 50000 words. 7% done!

I woke up this morning at 6:30, hoping for sunlight outside, alas, not till tomorrow.

But now I can find out exactly when the sun rises, sets and all points in between- the US Naval Observatory has a site that give you the info, like this:

Sun and Moon Data for One Day

The following information is provided for Norfolk, Virginia (longitude W76.3, latitude N36.9):

        Thursday 
        17 July 1969          Eastern Daylight Time          

                         SUN
        Begin civil twilight       5:29 a.m.                 
        Sunrise                    5:59 a.m.                 
        Sun transit                1:11 p.m.                 
        Sunset                     8:23 p.m.                 
        End civil twilight         8:53 p.m.                 

                         MOON
        Moonset                    9:58 p.m. on preceding day
        Moonrise                   8:40 a.m.                 
        Moon transit               3:36 p.m.                 
        Moonset                   10:23 p.m.                 
        Moonrise                   9:40 a.m. on following day

 

Phase of the Moon on 17 July:   waxing crescent with 8% of the Moon's visible disk illuminated.

New Moon on 14 July 1969 at 10:12 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time.
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Now, if I were writing a vampire or werewolf thing for NaNoWriMo, I'd really make use of it.
As it is, it's mostly a grins and giggles kind of thing.

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