Monday May 1, 2006 All Day
This event does not repeat.
info from the May 2006 Celestial Timings report
May 1, 2006 - Katy Morikawa Moonrise � 8:23am at 29Gemini (+28�27� � +28�36� � +28�25�) Lunar Extreme
At sunset, the waxing crescent moon emerges in the western sky below and to the right (north) of Mars, at its greatest northern deviation from the celestial equator all month, and having made its precise alignment with Galactic Anti-Center around 3am this morning, near the feet of the Twins (Castor and Pollux). When in the evening sky, Mars is envisioned as the Hero on the Quest, undertaking a long series of trials, or lunar conjunctions