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Old July 8th 03, 02:20 PM
Martin Frederick
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Hi

Is there any website that shows a cool 3d type picture of our planet
positions in relation to one another and the sun ? Even better, is there a
website that allows you to go forward in time and show in 3D the relation of
planets..?

Regards
Martin.


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Old July 8th 03, 07:35 PM
radowning
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Try this: www.cpac.org.uk

Install it yourself, and it'll give a heliocentric view from your browser
any time you want.

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"Martin Frederick" wrote in message
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Hi

Is there any website that shows a cool 3d type picture of our planet
positions in relation to one another and the sun ? Even better, is there a
website that allows you to go forward in time and show in 3D the relation

of
planets..?

Regards
Martin.




 




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