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My Local Almanac

My Local Almanac is a special Old Farmer's Almanac digital product that customizes astronomical timetables for your specific location and time zone in the U.S. or Canada: covering the calendar days, Sunrise/set, Moon rise/set, fullMoon, and much more.  

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