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    Help sun/moon rise/set

    A link was posted awhile ago where you could find out were in a given location the sun or moon would set or rise.Ive just spent the last couple of hours looking with no luck .Any help would be great.Thanks
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    Thanks but not one Im after the one im after lets you mark your location (a bit like google earth)then it shows were the moon/sun will set/rise.You can also adjust the dates so you can see were the sun rises on the given date.
    It has a name but that escapes me at the moment
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    Have a look at this link for The Photographers Ephemeris http://stephentrainor.com/tools/
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    You're probably looking for The Photographer's Ephemeris (TPE) http://photoephemeris.com/

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    There's an iphone app called lightrac or something similiar. Very handy for when on the road too as it'll point you in position and show you where the sun is now or moon, and let you move the timeline bar. Also shows you rise and set times for any date you select.

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    Thanks you are all champions its the one I'm after.I knew I could rely on you wonderful people.Thanks again

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    http://photoephemeris.com/ is good for web viewing

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