I decided to take the Moon shots tonight Apr 9 here in Victoria Australia as it's position seemed out. As it turns out it is some 65 degrees difference in the Azi and some 20-25 degrees on the Alt compared to the Moon shots of the Apr 6 at 9:25 PM.
8:55 PM Azi 135° S/E Alt 10° Skymap expects Azi 120° and on the horizon, so too far SOUTH upon moonrise. 9:25 PM Azi 95° S/E Alt 15>20°. Skymap expects Azi 115° and Alt 8°, so moved rapidly north at an extreme tilted orbit around Earth.
It is 6:00 A.M. EDT where I am south of Buffalo, NY, near the border with Pennsylvania. When I got up in the dark and went to the bathroom circa 5:30, I saw an unusual shadow pattern on my bathroom window, which faces south, and then I lifted the venetian blinds to see what was causing it. To my great shock, I saw the moon SOUTH of where it had been when it was full. I have NEVER seen it in that position before.
Saturday, Apr 10, in NE El Paso, at 1:30 hrs MDST, I viewed a Moon that was approx 65-70% illuminated at Azi 125°, Alt 30°.
Skymap expects Moon rises at 2:00 AM MDST at 125°. Thus the Moon rose EARLY and was not expected to be at Alt 30° for hours.
The moon this morning, April 11, here in Missouri was very close to due South!