Subject: How can I calculate the Azmuth of the sunrise (set) based on date and lat?
Date: Fri Jun 4 12:55:01 2004
Posted by Bryan
Grade level: nonaligned
School: No school entered.
City: Boulder State/Province: Utah
Area of science: Astronomy
I know there is a tool on the naval observatory site, but I'm wondering what
the exact reationship is? I'm in boulder Utah and the equinox azmuth is
approximately 90 but how is the summer solstice azmuth of 59.3
determined? I'm searching for a method to calculate the angle based on
Lattitude and date.
Re: How can I calculate the Azmuth of the sunrise (set) based on date and lat?
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