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Name: AnnMarie
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Question:
How can one find out how far away is the full moon? I know the closest is 360,000 km and the furthest is 406,700 km. But say, on 7.September.2006, where can I find out how far away the moon was?


Replies:
This web site may be helpful.

http://www.csgnetwork.com/lunarpandacalc.html

David Kupperman



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