I was wondering where on the internet or other places I could go to find detailed notations of where the moon or sun will be in the sky at different times. Example: when will the moon be on the west horizon low in the sky and at its largest point in my geographic area. Any information would be appreciated.
I use this: http://www.aho.ch/pilotplanets/
. It is a STELLAR tool if you have a Palm handheld, giving exact alt/azm positions for the sun, moon, planets, comets and many stars from any latitude/longitude/altitude of viewing position. You can download the full version for a free 30 day trial.