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    Re: Sky and Telescope in freefall
    From: John Clements
    Date: 2021 Oct 23, 17:05 -0700

    Ah! Frank, it appears to me that you may not be familiar with this rare configuration of stars. It occurs VERY RARELY. It's called "orbital flux day", when the stars come into perfect rotational symmetry. It's extremely hard to observe with the naked eye. The keys to observing this include

    1) Patience,

    2) Research,

    3) Deep Celestial Knowledge,

    4) Luck,

    and something else, too. I forget what it was.

    John Clements

    (oh! I remember, almost. was it... Photoclop? Phobosnop? something like that)

       
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