Astronomers: how to best determine the exact time to take a photograph of the full moon where the moon is situated between two earthly objects?
I live in New Orleans. A while back I took this photo
and while I like
it, I would have loved
it had the moon been lower in the sky. Specifically, I would have loved it to be between the two skyscrapers in the middle of the photo (Place St. Charles
on the left and One Shell Square
on the right).
Here's what I can
tell you: I was shooting from the Broad St. overpass above the Pontchartrain Expressway. I do not know the height. I don't even know how much that would matter. I do know the locations of Place St. Charles and One Shell Square, and I do know that the building between the two of them (the more rightmost in my photo, the one with the red light on top of the antenna) is the World Trade Center of New Orleans
listed at 407 ft. high, so the moon would have to appear higher than that.
Here's a map to the full setup
as best I can tell, showing the shooting location, the two buildings between which the moon should reside, and the location of the building over which the moon should appear.
So, astronomy experts, from the limited information I've provided can you tell me when (or if at all) the full moon will ever appear exactly between those two buildings?
A little lagniappe: here's a time-lapse video of the moon rising over downtown New Orleans, shot from the same location