**First Lunar Crescents**

**for**

**Nineveh (-700
to -599)**

**Uroš
Anderlič**

The
whole collection of the first lunar crescent for Nineveh from -700 to -599 is
given here and exactly 1261 first lunar crescents occur during these 102 years. The
following tables include
the Julian Day at Universal Time; the year,
the month, and the day of the *Julian calendar*; the moon’s topocentric
apparent altitude above the horizon at the beginning and at the end of civil
twilight; the illuminated fraction of the moon’s disk
(e.g. 0.00 for the new moon and 1.00 for the full moon) at the beginning of civil
twilight; the moon’s age
(i.e. time elapsed since new moon) at the beginning of civil twilight;
and the difference between the moon’s topocentric azimuth and the
sun’s azimuth at the beginning and at the end of civil twilight.

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