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What time is sunrise/sunset or moonrise/moonset at my location?

The US Naval Observatory operates a useful set of websites that allows you to get astronomical data such as sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset or moon phase for a particular location.

Here is the main page: USNO Data Services

Here are some specific services:

Complete Sun and Moon Data for a Single Day

Sun and Moon Data for a Year

Phase of the Moon

March 2012, Laura Spitler (more by Laura Spitler) (Like this Answer)

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