New moon rising over the Berkeley Hills this morning. Photo: Robert MacConnell
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new moons do not rise in the morning, they appear after sundown.
An interesting theory, but then why is the November 2013 new moon at 4:49 AM, and why did the January, March, May, August, and October 2013 new moons all occur while the sun was still above the horizon?
the theory concerns what we OBSERVE, which is the sliver of the visible waxing moon, the new moon or the first phase of the moon. the morning picture would be of the waning moon or the last phase.
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