The crescent moon is a day or two early, and it seems strange to me to see lunar movement stop only an hour above the western horizon, here in Mississippi, but it did last night. Instead of overhead at about the midnight hour this was about 7:00 in the far west, and still tracking north of where it should be. Even my wife noticed the lack of movement and commented on it.
- Thus it was in anticipation of a literal day difference between viewing Full Moons, with the Full Moon seeming to arrive that much early, that the chart data was pre-set.
- ZetaTalk: Trend Data