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  • Diana K Rosenberg
    Sherri sent 2b. Re: Fwd: Disc y of Neptune Posted by: sisterbellabee@aol.com sisterbellabee@aol.com sisterbellabee Date: Sun Dec 9, 2007 10:44 pm ((PST))
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      Neptune discovery

      Sherri sent


      2b. Re: Fwd:  Disc'y of Neptune
          Posted by: "sisterbellabee@..." sisterbellabee@... sisterbellabee
          Date: Sun Dec 9, 2007 10:44 pm ((PST))

      Thank you for forwarding this Mark

      --- In  _PoliticalAstrology@PoliticalAstPol_
      (mailto:PoliticalAstrology@yahoogroups.com) ,  "Diana K Rosenberg"
      <fixed.stars@fix> wrote:

      About the  discovery of Neptune
      About discovery of Neptune

      1) Upon receiving  data on where the new planet should be, they (according to the account)  went straight upstairs to look at the sky, and found it right away (w/a  telescope). Now, that means it had to be late enough for the sky to be  fully dark

       
      ~ I didn't know this Diana, can you mention or reference a source?
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      No, don't remember, sorry.
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      - what  time would
      that be at the Autumn Equinox in Berlin? Anyone know  that?

      Sunset for this year, September 23rd, Solar Fire calculates at 5:57 pm  LMT,
      7:04 pm visual in CEDT.  At sunset the Moon is transiting a solstice  degree of Saturn, Neptune.
       
      That matches the time calculations for this site:
       
      _http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/astronomy.html?n=37_
      (http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/astronomy.html?n=37)
       
      Date, sunrise, sunset, length of day, etc...
       
          Sep 21, 2007 6:50 AM 7:09 PM 12h 18m 40s - 4m 03s 1:00 PM 38.3°  150.202 Sep 22, 2007 6:52 AM 7:06 PM 12h 14m 36s - 4m 03s 1:00 PM 37.9°  150.159  Sep 23, 2007 6:53 AM 7:04 PM 12h 10m 33s - 4m 03s 12:59 PM 37.5°  150.117  Sep 24, 2007 6:55 AM 7:02 PM 12h 06m 29s - 4m 03s 12:59 PM 37.1°  150.074  Sep 25,

      2007 6:57 AM 6:59 PM 12h 02m 26s - 4m 03s 12:58 PM 36.7°  150.032  Sep 26, 2007
      6:58 AM 6:57 PM 11h 58m 22s - 4m 03s 12:58 PM 36.3°  149.989
       
      I would think, two hours of twilight, at least, for the deep sky to  shine?
       
      I am wondering that Pisces at the midheaven, Cancer rising, with Neptune  and Saturn in the 9th house could be appropriate, perhaps the  angles holding a grand trine with Scorpio Moon.  Mars, at apex of the  yod with Saturn/Neptune and Pluto, could well be in the fourth house at  discovery.  Maybe Venus at the IC? 

       
      "The discovery of Neptune was extremely important because it was the first planet detected by combining the science of astronomy and the discipline of mathematics." 

       
      10:00 pm LMT shows a strong interception of Gemini/Sag in the 12th/6th houses with Jupiter in the twelfth, whereas 10:30 pm or thereabouts intercepts  the Moon in the fifth house (porphyry houses).

       
      This earlier timing seems well, to me.  What timing do you  think?
       
       Sincerely, Sherri
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      Thank you, Sherri - no time to check it out now, but it's great to have
      the sunset and sunrise times etc!

      Love, Diana

      Website: http://ye-stars.com

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