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    Re: Extremely poor conditions??
    From: Alexandre Eremenko
    Date: 2012 Mar 21, 14:59 -0400

    The Sun was 22 degrees above the horizon (in the best series
    we are discussing). Venus was more than 40d above. And all
    these things about
    inverted images happen near the horizon.
    On Wed, 21 Mar 2012, Randall Morrow wrote:
    > This is just a wild, uneducated guess, but after reading the article on
    > refraction mentioned earlier; is it possible that there was an inverted
    > refraction image and an upper limb taken for a lower limb?
    > The sun's semidiameter is about 15 minutes and 2 x 15 is 30.   Again, I
    > have no knowledge, degree or other qualification.  "Just spit-ballin'
    > here.
    > Randall F Morrow PT
    > Ergonomics Safety Consultant
    > Kern County - Bakersfield
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