The moon; was Re: Camels vs. dromedaries?

Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Fri Apr 4 02:21:31 UTC 2008

At 4/3/2008 04:39 PM, Barbara Need wrote:
>Actually, if you live south of the Equator, you see a different Man
>in the Moon (that is, the three craters we take as eyes and mouth are
>rotated and the top pair are, as here, taken for the eyes). And Orion
>is standing on his head! Very weird!

Even weirder -- some constellations are not in the sky at all!  (Is
Orion close to the equator?  Does the Dipper retain its contents?)


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