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Angular diameters: A comparison
Gondor2222Date: Saturday, 29.06.2013, 05:20 | Message # 1
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Objects marked with * are non-spheroidal and their angular diameter given uses the average radius of the body
Objects with an orbital eccentricity less than 0.1 have their average angular diameter shown
Objects orbiting with an orbital eccentricity less than 0.1 have the average angular diameter of their parents shown
The sun is not visible from Venus and Saturn is not visible from Titan due to thick cloud layers.

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Edited by Gondor2222 - Saturday, 29.06.2013, 05:24
 
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