- sunrise, sunset
- moonrise, moonset
- the Hebrew calendar
- the Gregorian calendar
All times are one hour too early because I am not correcting for Daylight savings.
One thing to note is the new moon on 28 Elul/09-27, as can be seen from the fact that moontime and daytime are nearly centered upon each other. (I'm using "moon-time" to mean the time between moonrise and moonset.) Ideally the new moon would be on 1 Tishrei, but it doesn't always work out that way.
Another thing to note is that this period includes the day on which there is almost exactly 12 hours of light, 27 Elul/09-26. (To match the chart, below I use times in PST not PDT, i.e. I ignore Daylight savings.)
- sunrise 0544 (5:44am)
- sunset 1745 (5:45pm).
Some of the many areas for improvement include adding the days of the week, using daylight savings, and solving the problem with blurry text on top of color.