I just got to say I love that word, disambiguating.
Anyway, here’s Old Sol today.
And here he is October 23, 20o5.
Planetary positioning today
Planetary positions October 23, 2005, with particular emphasis on Saturn, Uranus and Earth/Mars positions.
Please don’t in any way interprete this to mean I believe you’re interested, or that I’m offering any sort of theory, opinion, statement or hypothesis. I’m just posting some images of Old Sol’s face and the concurrent locations of celestial bodies relative to one another.
Further deponent sayeth not.
Good morning readers. I’m obliged you came by for a read. I wasn’t going to make another post for today, but I thought I’d better in case some of you haven’t been visiting spaceweather.com to keep current on news events.
As you can see, Old Sol has a few magnetic field issues he’s trying to work through. Astrophysicists and Mayan priests are trying their best to walk him through the tough spots and get him back on track.
You’ve also probably been having nagging questions about what else is going on in the solar system. Nothing to get excited about though. Uranus and Saturn are standing off opposite one another with their seasonal spin axis configurations and their ‘not fully understood’ offset magnetic fields whirling around firing something a bit strange at one another and Old Sol just found himself downrange. No big deal. It will pass.
If you’re like me, you’ve probably also been asking yourself what the Galilean moons are up to today. As you can see, Europa and Ganymede are somewhat lined up down-orbit, Io’s sort of off to the side and Callisto’s way-to-hell-and-gone back the other side of Jupiter.
Other than that, there’s not much going on. I hope this helps you through the day.
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