Hi John I know in the past the some rotation rate has been determined by looking at the spirals in the tail of some comets, if I remember correctly this wasmikemattei73
Hi All, Using enhanced versions of scores of images of the central regions of Q2, I have attempted to estimate the rate of rotation by the apparent movementjohnlmenke
Hi All, This message appeared earlier today on the Solar Eclipse Mailing List. Although mostly off topic for this forum, I really can recommend downloading thereinder_bouma
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