Lunar Tables, Solunar Charts
Astro Tables also known as Lunar tables at Fintalk.com. The "Lunar Periods" section lists the times the moon is
overhead and underfoot each day. The length of a lunar period can range from one hour to three-and-one-half
hours, depending on a number of important lunar cycles, such as how close the moon is to the earth that day
and how high its orbit is. This data is based on solar, lunar research at a leading college of astrophysics
and the PrimeTimes research pond/wildlife area. Annual data is supplied by the U.S. Naval Observatory. All
lunar times are adjusted to the center of your time zone and for Daylight Saving Time.
Enjoy the Lunar Chart.
"Under the Solar Lunar Influence"
Written By Rick Taylor
The fact is the moon does have an influence on the
earth and its life forms. Its overhead and underfoot positions generate the tides
each day and can lift the earth's crust a foot or so. A human baby's time from
conception to birth is exactly nine lunar months, and more of us are born during the
new or full moon than any other phase. Studies have shown that when shut off from
outside stimuli, namely sunlight, many creatures will adjust their daily routine to
the lunar day (approximately 24 hours and 50 minutes long).
There have been numerous scientific experiments conducted
on the subject, but one of the more convincing was when Dr. Frank A. Brown, a biologist
at Northwestern University, had some live oysters plucked from their home off the
seashore of Connecticut and flown to his lab near Chicago. Oysters are known to open
their shells in tune with each high tide, and....
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