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Could the earth mass between the detector location and the Sidereal South pole attenuate the space flow signals more in the northern hemisphere than the south?
Upon the publication of The Sidereal Messenger in 1610, Galileo was accused of heresy.
Sidereal time Date sidereal 2015 time Jan 01 06h 41m 19.
Daniels used to say to people: "When you are on your package tour to Mars you need a watch like this, and when using the telephone for long distance calls, you could switch the chronograph into sidereal time to cut your bills by 3.
He used to say to people: "When you are on your package tour to Mars you need a watch like this, and when using the telephone for long distance calls you could switch the chronograph into sidereal time to cut your bills by 3.
For a better separation of the earthquake-induced station motion from the noise, a modified sidereal filter and a regional filter are implemented.
And yet, at each turn I find myself a child of the great fire, its cough, its little song, sidereal in a manner not struck dumb by the great kaboom.
Thoughts give birth to a creative force that is neither elemental nor sidereal.
It's called sidereal or Vedic astrology, and it's popular in India.
While trying to understand the physical mechanisms of information transfer in anomalous cognition (AC), I analyzed published information on remote viewing and ganzfeld responses in relation to local sidereal time (LST), that is, the position of the subjects on the earth relative to the fixed stars in the sky.
Thus easily can Earth digest A cinder of sidereal fire, And make her translunary guest The native of an English shire
telescope is designed to track radio sources across the sky at a sidereal rate (four minutes shorter than a normal day).