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  • Registered Users Posts: 408 ✭✭ Orion402

    Try the beautiful Aldeberan ( I think) passing from an evening to morning appearance behind the forground central star-

    This is for genuine solar system researchers who love what is in front of them so it is bound to offend those who lack interpretative talents to appreciate what is in front of them.

    There is always something new to see each and every day and it is always open to contributions from anyone with the courage to appreciate this new type of astronomy.

    Enjoy it while you can as everything is always in flux, sometimes cyclical and sometimes spontaneous while the satellite has only a limited timespan before it ends its productive presence.

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