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No Unusual Alignment

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Posted by David Ryle on July 4, 2001 16:21:49 UTC

SG,
I don't see anything unusual about May 6,2006. The inner planets are at different angles to each other, and the outer are as well.
Actually, right now is the best time to see a really cool alignment. Get up early before sunrise on the mornings of July 14th through the 17th. You will see four planets in a straight line with the Moon, and dancing around in different places each morning. Look in the East.

-David

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