mercury

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mercury

Post #1by Guest » 17.08.2003, 03:25

yesterday was the highest level of elongation for the orbit of mercury as viewed from earth. it was visible where i live after 6:30pm.

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Post #2by Apollo7 » 20.08.2003, 06:24

I've seen Mercury with my own eyes all of once in my lifetime. And that was last fall. By the way, where is Venus?
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Post #3by Guest » 20.08.2003, 07:08

the other side of the sun

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Post #4by Apollo7 » 20.08.2003, 09:14

it seems like an extraordinarlly long time since I saw Venus, got me to wondering where it might be hiding out.
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