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And on that same note, you will find that the "New" or "Gibbous" moon
occurs at 11:59 UTC, 21 June 2001, and the Full Moon occurs at 15:05UTC, 5
July 2001. At least according to hplanet.exe. For you stargazers out
there, do a search for hplanet, it's a free download and is quite simple to
use, it must be simple to use, I use it.
DaRedhead@email@example.com on 06/04/2001 03:26:09 PM
Sent by: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [at-l] Folklore?
In a message dated Mon, 4 Jun 2001 4:11:12 PM Eastern Daylight Time, "Lynn
Setzer" <email@example.com> writes:
<< Absolutely. ;-) Let me be the first to get in that line!>>
Me next. :) However, while trying to unravel fact from fiction, I did see
that the next solar eclipse will be June 21st, with a lunar eclipse
following on July 5th - so their seems to be something in the "two weeks
later" that was mentioned.
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