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Re: Is There Such A Planet Called "Vulcan". No Joke!

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Posted by Starman/">Starman on March 17, 1999 12:11:01 UTC

In the 1800's some astronomers noticed what appeared to be a planet besides Mercury or Venus transit the Sun. This object was never seen again and still remains a mystery today. : My friend was telling me that there was a planet called Vulcan, and that it lies behind Mercury. i dont know what to believe.. Please help ASAP!

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