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Moon is (-68, 72).


Confirmed.


So it's the same as October?


Yes, it's the same as October. It's also the very first moon hotspot ever found, back in September 2009 (link). And it's also the only hotspot that has showed up 4 times so far (in Sep '09, Jul '13, Oct '14, and Dec '14)
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Once again, hats off to you guys!

 

But how do you go about testing these points, without plonking your base down to test it, and getting stuck there for 7 days?  Am I missing something obvious?

 

I get how to use your results to move my base (Copy the move URL, change the values, and paste into address bar) but how do you do the testing.

I am guessing you use the probabilities for different points somehow.

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(-2,-147): 70% likelihood. URL Segment: lat=-2&lon=-147
(-2,-146): 17% likelihood. URL Segment: lat=-2&lon=-146
(-2.99999999,-147): 13% likelihood. URL Segment: lat=-2.99999999&lon=-147

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(-2,-147): 70% likelihood. URL Segment: lat=-2&lon=-147  
yields 99%

 

(-2,-146): 17% likelihood. URL Segment: lat=-2&lon=-146

yields 100%

 

 

Confirmed moon hotspot is:

lat=-2&lon=-146

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