Glenn Chaple's observing basics: Gemini secrets
April 2005: Gemini holds triplets, sextuplets, clusters galore, and more.
April 1, 2005
|Are you one of those stay-at-homes who watches the New Year's celebrations on TV? If so, you probably watch the traditional countdown at Times Square. During the last minute of the old year, a lighted ball gracefully descends the flagpole at One Times Square. When the ball reaches the bottom — Happy New Year! |
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