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RE: Novice Questions

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Posted by thywyn on March 11, 2000 02:24:28 UTC

the moon and the planets follow a path in the sky called the eclliptic. Imagine the earth equator extended out to the sky and then someone pushed down one end of the circle about 23.5 degrees. Right now, the moon is doing the same thing it`s been doing for a really long time.

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