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When is the Northern Limit the Southern One? He has brought together these and other tidbits from his voluminous writings, spanning nearly half a century, on every sort of celestial configuration, cycle, and curiosity.
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The fabled blue moon, meaning any rare or unusual occurrence, dates back morsesl least years in the English language. Pop-culture obsessions like these do not originate in the magazines for amateur astronomers, let alone in scientific journals or textbooks. In Jean Meeus wrote Mathematical Astronomical Morsels a collection of about 60 chapters on various aspects of mathematical astronomy that were independent of one another and that could be read in mathematical astronomy morsels order.
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