The first moonrise of 2017 is coming to a spectacular close in the Pacific Ocean.

The moon is now at perigee, a maximum elevation of about 19.2 miles (31 kilometers).

The moon rises at the eastern end of the western hemisphere and sets at the western end of it, so you can expect the first moonlit sky in more than a decade in the area.

You can see the first night-time moonrise in the evening with a clear night sky and high amounts of cloud cover, so expect some spectacular sunsets and sunrises.

The first night will bring plenty of sun and a full moon, and will be one of the hottest nights in a long time, with highs of about 65 degrees Fahrenheit (22 degrees Celsius).

You can even expect some bright light pollution and sunburns, especially if you are out in the open.

This will be the last time the moon will be fully in the eastern sky, so the first rays will come from the west coast.

The best times to see the moon are in the early morning and late afternoon.

The moon is not visible for a long while after midnight.

You’ll be able to see it rising at dawn, and the first sign of a waning gibbous moon is when it sets at sunset.

You can expect to see some clouds during the last half hour of the day, especially in the north, which is when the moon is closest to the horizon.

But be careful, as the moonlight will be much brighter and less intense than it was during the first half of the year.

You may be able see the rising and setting of the moon, but not its color.

You will be able view the moon from your balcony or on the beach in the northern part of the Philippines.

The sky is clear with a lot of clouds, and you will see the sunsets, sunrises and eclipses from the sea.

The second and third nights are expected to be much drier and cooler.

In the southern part of Central America, for example, you will likely be able for the first time see the southern tip of the new moon.

The northern part will likely still have plenty of cloud covering.

You should still be able and want to see full moonrises and moonset at dusk.

The next two nights will likely have a lot less cloud cover.

The last time you saw the moonrise from the Philippines was in September 2016.

The first of the first five nights will be a little cooler than the second and last night, and it will be dark and cloudy in the southern parts of the country.

You won’t see a full lunar eclipse.

The Philippines is located in a large archipelago and is home to some of the largest, most diverse populations on the planet.

Its population is spread across three major regions: the Philippines, Surigao, and Mindanao.

It’s one of Asia’s poorest nations.

The country has a long history of fighting over resources and territory, and people have been living in the country for more than 3,000 years.

There are over 60 ethnic groups, including the indigenous Maori, and there are over 50 languages spoken in the region.

The Philippines is the largest island nation in the world.

The sun is rising in the sky above the city of Manila.

You will see it on Tuesday, July 15, 2018.

The sun will be rising at 9:59 a.m. local time, just before the moon sets at 12:04 p.m., and the full moon will rise at about 4:35 p.y.

The last time this happened was on March 10, 1789.