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Jovian And Terrestrial Planets

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Posted by rico kane/">rico kane on February 15, 2000 18:19:52 UTC

what are the differences between the two: jovian and terrestrial planets : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : I am doing a school project on the Orion : : : : : : belt : : : : : : : and I am not having a lot of luck finding any : : : : : : information : : : : : : : about it. So, if anyone can help me, please let : : : : : : me know. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Thankyou!! : : : : : : : : : : : : HTTP://LUNCHTIME.VTC.VSC.EDU/NOTEBOOK/PHOTOGAL.HTM

: : : : : there is a lot of imformation about how the pyramids at giza are exactaly alligned with the constalation orion. search yahoo for 'pyramid' and look down the list until you find what you need! : : : : It is likely that the constellation Orion is a propagation of an early system of astrology based on a hexagonal coordinate system;it is also likely that the projection of this system is the cause of malefic phenomenom aimed at those who are deemed inferior. However, this early system of coordinates represents a stoic and aristocratic form of government that disallows certain function necessary for dynamic growth.

: orion the great hunter, is a brilliant constellation that straddles the celestial equator. The red star Betelgeuse marks the right shoulder of the hunter. The star bellatrix marks the left shoulder.The blue-white star Rigel, at the southwest corner, marks the giant's uppraised left foot. Three bright stars mark the belt.

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