The next Lunar Buzz Saw will be visible in the early morning hours of Monday Sept 26,2016 before most of us get up to go to work.
This should be a good one with the co-longitude at 210 degrees and will provide us with the longer strong shadows in Sinus Iridium that we are looking for. Just view the moon rising in the eastern sky sometime before dawn under a small telescope is all that is necessary.
So, it's a heads up if anything. In the Greater Pittsburgh area where I live the weather forecast is calling for cloudy and rainy skies. If so I will miss a photographic opportunity.
So "Buzz Saw", strong lunar shadow event or whatever name you wish to use, it is a very beautiful thing to see. See prior posts on this subject.
If anyone does let us know.