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Do You See Jupiter In The Sky Near The Moon Right Now Or Not? 11/29/2012 Thursday h. 7 PM
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:DUCM900:MV8yMDY2NDIxXzM0NzcxMzU2XzJBN0MyMzAw] [quote:Weasel_Turbine:MV8yMDY2NDIxXzM0NzcxMjc5Xzg5MzczNjI0] [quote:DUCM900:MV8yMDY2NDIxXzM0NzcxMjA5X0M2NzZBMEUz] Look at 'jupiter' its below the moon, NOT above, WTH? [/quote] Jupiter started out beside the Moon and the Moon crossed the sky slower because of its orbit. Jupiter set first as it was supposed to. How would it be above the Moon when it set first? Tonight, Jupiter rose first and while rising appears above the moon. When it sets it will set first and appear below the Moon. That's the field rotation you don't believe in. [/quote] You are really full of BS; after that fake image you've posted here before, now that nonsense crap as well. Guys, you can verify yourself with any planetarium software set on that day, time, location and you'll find the stuff. - [/quote]
11/29/2012 Thursday h. 7 PM. You tell me plz.
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