The Moon at Tula

2130 Hours, 9 May 727 a.D. (OS)

This reconstruction of the sky of Tula is from Starry Night Pro Plus Software, version 6.4.3.

Here the moon is shown 1 hour and 29 minutes after rising (which had occurred at 18:01:45 hours). The sky is that of Tula — the pyramids, however, are from another Mexican site. The compass directions are shown in cyan near the base of the image. The moon is full, being 14.86 days old, and situated ESE (azimuth 120° 57.573') just to the left of the star Antares.