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    As The World Turns
    From: Norm Goldblatt
    Date: 2013 Feb 21, 21:37 -0800

    Sometimes the simple things are the most provoking. Sitting comfortably in my hot tub tonight, head cradled and stabilized in a cozy corner, I watched Aldebaran become occulted and then emerge from behind a distant telephone wire. Tomorrow, I'll try for Jupiter. I wonder if the angular subtense of the wire is less than that of Jupiter's disk. It well might, as these days, Jupiter subtends 40 sec. A 1/2 inch cable subtends the same angle at a mere 219 feet.
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