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Name: Mark C.
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Location: NV
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Question:
Is there a place I can find a visual representation of earth's changing orbit around the sun, its historical record in visual form, how much does it change, what is the pattern, and where are we now?


Replies:
Dear Mark,

I really do not know. There may be a computer program that does it, but mine (Starry Night) does not as far as I know. I do not think the orbit has changed much in the past 4.5 billion years.

Yours truly,

David Levy



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