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Re: Speculation Re Planet Orbiting Alpha Centauri 1

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Posted by Mike Rotch on June 12, 1999 14:34:52 UTC

: Mr. Gunn, you did not spell Asimov right at all! How could you have thought it was Azimov? It is clear to me that you did no research in coming to that crazy idea of yours. It is impossible for a planet to be in Alpha Centauri 1's orbit because of the reverse gravitational pull the third star omitts. Also you seem to think that inwhich is one word. It is not. I have a feeling that you put up your message as a joke. Well it isn't funny and I, along with other astronomers demand an apology.

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