# At approx what time would a full moon be on your meridian [Solved]

Your meridian is an imaginary line that extends from due south (when you are facing south,) over your head towards due north. So, the full moon on your meridian would be approximately midnight.

e) midnight
As the full moon rises at sunset and sets at sunrise, then it will be approximately midnight when it is highest in the sky and therefor over your meridian (approximately)

The Moon is full briefly. It could be at any time.

Your meridian is an imaginary line that extends from due south (when you are facing south,) over your head towards due north. So, the full moon on your meridian would be approximately midnight.

Source(s): I teach physics.

This is not a logical question. On any place on earth where one sees a full moon, it always rises when the sun sets and/or sets when the sun rises. Full moon and sun are always 180deg apart.

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