[nafex] Angle of the Sun at Different Latitudes

Evan kodama at riseup.net
Thu Jan 26 08:01:03 EST 2012

One little trick is that the full moon will tell you the sun's path across the sky in six months. The february moon now waxing up will at least tell you what the sun'll look like come august. Consider taking a night for some moon-viewing (and howling if that's your thing ;-)...


On Jan 25, 2012, at 11:48 PM, Dan Nave wrote:

> Does anyone know how to determine the angle of the sun at midday at different latitudes?
> I live within 100 yards of the 45th parallel (St. Paul, Minnesota).  During summer (midday), is the 
> sun directly overhead? or at an angle?
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