About 12 hours but depends how far you are from the equator and the time of the year. At the poles the moon does not set in mid-summer and does not rise at all mid-winter!
The duration from moonrise to moonset is cyclic on the lunar cycle, and is surprisingly variable over this short period. For example in March 2010 for Phoenix AZ it varies from a bit more than 9.5 to almost 15.25 hours. This is because the moon's orbit around the earth is at a 5° tilt relative to the earth's orbit around the sun
For exact times deduct the moonset time from the moonrise time given at one of these:
moonrise is the moon rising moonset is the moon setting
The phase of the moon is constantly changing. If you examined it very carefully you would notice a difference between moonrise and moonset.
Sunrise, Sunset, Moonrise, Moonset, and Moon Phase.
Moonrise and moonset are caused by the rotation of the Earth, same as sunrise and sunset. As the Earth rotates, the sides of the Earth facing the moon changes, making the moon appear to rise up and then sink below the horizon.
No. Time time of moonrise and moonset changes each day. It is important to note, however, that the moon is always up, 24 hours a day. The only difference is that during the day that the moon is strongly outshone by the Sun and therefore difficult to see. The terms in the above answer, specifically "moonrise" and "moonset", are described the times when the moon becomes easily visible and when it begins to be overshadowed by the Sun respectively.
Being in the west it would be moon set, in the east facing the Atlantic it would be moon rise.
The Moon rises and sets precisely on schedule. It is never "late". You can calculate the precise time of moonrise and moonset for any day for the next thousand years.
You can view the moon with the naked eye at any location in the world, you just need to know what the local moonrise and moonset times are.
The moon rises and sets just like the sun, but unlike the sun moonrise and moonset can occur an any time of the day throughout the 29 day lunar month.
It takes 24 hours and 50 minutes to go from moonrise to moonrise; this is because the Moon is revolving around the Earth at the same time that the Earth is rotating on its axis.
Yes, that is the meaning of moonrise.
Because its the blood moon
The moons phases do not coincide with the length of our days so there is no 'best' time to view the first quarter unless you know the position on the moon. You would need find the dates of the phases and the times of moonrise and moonset.
SUN Begin civil twilight 6:24 a.m. Sunrise 6:50 a.m. Sun transit 1:24 p.m. Sunset 8:00 p.m. End civil twilight 8:26 p.m. MOON Moonrise 6:40 p.m. on preceding day Moon transit 12:28 a.m. Moonset 6:07 a.m. Moonrise 7:54 p.m. Moonset 6:48 a.m. on following day Full Moon on 17 April 2011 at 10:45 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.
The moon rises in the east and sets in the west following the same general pattern as the sun. The exact point of moonrise (and sunrise) moves, and the point of sunrise and moonrise are not not necessarily the same point. The same is true for the point of sunset and moonset. This is because of the tilt in the earth's axis, and the fact that the moon does not orbit earth directly above earth's equator. Calculating the exact movement of the moon across the sky is a complicated matter. dude aaron kyle connor whit
Each night the moon rise changes, So.... If you go to timeanddate.com, you can select a location in the drop-down menu and see times for moonrise and moonset in that location. Also provided is local time when the Moon passes the meridian with distance, fraction of the Moon illuminated and moon phase.
moonrise, when the moon is just comin out.
You can use the US Naval Observatory's Sunrise Sunset calculator to find the time of sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset and phase of the moon for any date and place. See the Link below.==The following information is provided for Houston, Harris County, Texas (longitude W95.4, latitude N29.8): Thursday9 April 2009 Central Daylight TimeSUNBegin civil twilight 6:37 a.m.Sunrise 7:01 a.m.Sun transit 1:23 p.m.Sunset 7:45 p.m.End civil twilight 8:09 p.m.MOONMoonrise 7:09 p.m. on preceding dayMoon transit 12:59 a.m.Moonset 6:42 a.m.Moonrise 8:10 p.m.Moonset 7:16 a.m. on following dayFull Moon on 9 April 2009 at 9:57 a.m. Central Daylight Time.
On the day that the moon is at its first quarter phase it rises around noon and sets around midnight.The full moon rises around sunset and sets around sunrise. The last quarter moon rises around midnight and sets around noon, and the new moon rises around sunrise and sets around sunset.
a full moon can make a big difference depending on what your fishing for. for instance if your fishing for wahoo or spawning marlin a full moon can be one of the best times of the month to catch them depending on tides and moonrise/moonset times and weather conditions ie right before or after a storm can be really amazing fishing.
elect state, and enter city for the tide you want to calculate. Or find some other way to find what the latitude and longitude is and when the moonrise and moonset. Halfway between these times would be the moon up. The lunitidal interval is the difference from moon up until the first high tide after moon up*.
moonset like sunset but for the moon
the time when the Moon sinks below the horizon
==The following information is provided for Liverpool, England (longitude W3.0, latitude N53.4): Monday2 February 2009 Universal TimeSUNBegin civil twilight 07:17Sunrise 07:55Sun transit 12:26Sunset 16:57End civil twilight 17:35MOONMoonrise 09:27 on preceding dayMoonset 00:48Moonrise 09:43Moon transit 17:48Moonset 02:14 on following dayFirst quarter Moon on 2 February 2009 at 23:13 Universal Time.