Hello Cherize Muller,
You are on the right track... actually
two (2) tracks
that will confound your efforts. Latitude & Longitude are only relevant to YOUR
GLOBAL positioning on our tiny Planet
... To tell YOU
what you can expect to see from your vantage
Merely asking this question you have.. implies an initial UNDERSTANDING ...
There are various "MOUNTS
" (see below) that can help.
Your biggest challenge: Rotating EAST
The earth (at the equator)... is moving at about 1009 miles per hour... making a fix on VIEWING
our OWN MOON quite a challenge... 15 rotational degrees per hour
(a whole lot when you are trying to fix on a celestial point)
ADD to THAT orbiting (our star) the SUN and the fact we are moving in that ORBIT at approximately 67,000 miles per hour... (completing one orbit every 365 days)...
Your view is going to slowly change all year long...
but the minute to minute rotation is the biggest challenge.
Means that there is no snappy answer...
That's why it is called ASTRONOMY
Check out ONE of many synchronous mounts
available on the market (Orion 9996
Hope this helps.
The Deep sky Imaging Primer Paperback February 2 2013
Carnac the Magnificent