On Feb 23, 3:24 am, moro...@world.std.spaamtrap.com (Michael Moroney) wrote: > palsing <pnals...@gmail.com> writes: > >Go here... > >http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/mrst.php > > You beat me to it. I was about to post a reply about that very same site. > > >You can even set the page for January 1st and select 365 days, and get > >the rise times for the entire year, all 365 days, and see for yourself > >just how those rise times fall back each day by those same 3 minutes > >and 56 seconds each day. > > For this year, select 366 days, otherwise the readout ends on December 30. > > But the important thing is, if you select 365 days, there will be a total > of 366 Sirius-rises and 366 Sirius-sets. Select 366 days, as you should > this year, and there are 367 rises and sets. > This works for any non-circumpolar star, of course.