Harold Urey


FY9 / Sun conjunction


Harold Clayton Urey (April 29, 1893 January 5, 1981) was an American physical chemist whose pioneering work on isotopes earned him the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1934 and later led him to theories of planetary evolution.

Biography
Urey was born in Walkerton, Indiana to Reverend Samuel Clayton Urey and Cora Rebecca Riensehl. After briefly teaching in rural schools, Urey earned a degree in zoology from the University of Montana and a Ph.D. in chemistry, studying thermodynamics under Gilbert N. Lewis at the University of California, Berkeley.
At Berkeley, Urey was influenced by the work of physicist Raymond T. Birge and soon joined Niels Bohr in Copenhagen to work on atomic structure at the Institute for Theoretical Physics. On his return to the U.S. and between 1924 and 1928, he taught at The Johns Hopkins University as 'Associate in Chemistry', and then at Columbia where he assembled a team of associates that included Rudolph Schoenheimer, David Rittenberg and T. I. Taylor. After completion of his text with Arthur Ruark, Atoms, Quanta and Molecules, one of the first English texts on quantum mechanics and its applications to atomic and molecular systems, Urey became interested in nuclear systematics. This led to his discovery of deuterium.
During this time, Urey isolated deuterium by repeatedly distilling a sample of liquid hydrogen. In 1931, he and his associates went on to demonstrate the existence of heavy water. Urey was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1934 for this work.
During World War II, Urey's team at Columbia worked on a number of research programs that contributed towards the Manhattan Project to develop an atomic bomb for the United States. Most importantly, they developed the gaseous diffusion method to separate uranium-235 from uranium-238. In autumn 1941, Urey, with G. B. Pegram, led a diplomatic mission to England to establishing co-operation on development of the atomic bomb.
After the war, he became professor of chemistry at the Institute for Nuclear Studies, then Ryerson professor of chemistry at the University of Chicago before progressing to honorific offices at the University of California, San Diego. A UCSD building was named in his honor in the early 1960s, during a time when nearly all buildings other than student dormitories had only generic names.
In later life, Urey helped develop the field of cosmochemistry and is credited with coining the term. His work on oxygen-18 led him to develop theories about the abundance of the chemical elements on earth and of their abundance and evolution in the stars. This work was among the pioneering paleoclimatic research. Urey summarised his work in the book The Planets: Their Origin and Development (1952). Urey speculated that the early terrestrial atmosphere was probably composed of ammonia, methane and hydrogen; it was one of his Chicago graduate students, Stanley L. Miller, who showed that, if such a mixture be exposed to ultraviolet radiation and to water, it can interact to produce amino acids, commonly called the "building blocks of life" (see Miller-Urey experiment).



Apart from his Nobel Prize, he also won the J. Lawrence Smith Medal in 1962, the Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society in 1966, and the Priestley Medal of the American Chemical Society in 1973. Named after him are lunar impact crater Urey, asteroid 4716 Urey and the H. C. Urey Prize, awarded for achievement in planetary sciences by the American Astronomical Society. The Harold C. Urey Middle School in Walkerton, Indiana, is also named for him, as is Urey Hall, the chemistry building at Revelle College, UCSD, in La Jolla, California. (The actual name of the building is "Freida and Harold Urey Hall" because the naming committee worried that Dr. Urey might reject the honor, but knew he could not decline an honor to his wife.) UCSD has also established a Harold C. Urey chair whose first holder is Dr. James R. Arnold. Urey Lecture Hall on the University of Montana campus in Missoula, Montana also bears his name.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Urey

Also:

http://www.nap.edu/readingroom/books/biomems/hurey.html

http://www.chemheritage.org/pubs/ch-v24n1-articles/feature_urey.html

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Using RIYAL 3.1

Time unknown, assuming noon = 18:00 UT, in Walkerton, Indiana

Astrological Setting (Tropical - Placidus)




     RIYAL  Sat April 29 1893  UT 18h00m00s  Lat41n28  Lon86w29   SORT ALL      

Planet
Longitude
Latitude
Declin.
Const.
H.D.
Period
Inclin.
O. Range
PJ30  
0Le34
0s52
19n12
Cnc
73.7
1356
5.6
28.7->216.
Asbolus
0Le41
15n38
35n14
Lyn
28.6
76
17.6
6.9->29.0
Nessus
1Pi00
13s34
23s45
Aqr
26.3
122
15.6
11.8->37.3
RR43
1Sa20 r
12n29
8s12
Sco
46.1
283
28.6
37.0->49.2
Echeclus
1Vi26 r
1s27
9n37
Leo
15.3
34
4.4
5.8->15.3
Bienor
1Le56
10n40
30n07
Cnc
13.2
67
20.7
13.2->19.9
Typhon
1Pi57
0s48
11s32
Aqr
58.0
233
2.4
17.6->58.0
Orcus
2Pi19
18n20
6n29
Peg
30.5  
248
20.6
30.5->48.4
UR163
2Sc22 r
0s46
13s01
Vir
43.4   
368
0.7
36.9->65.8
QD112
2Le31
11n50
31n06
Cnc
25.2  
83
14.5
8.0->30.0
WL7
2Aq31
10s03
29s23
Mic
22.9
90
11.2
15.0->25.3
AW197
2Ta55
23n47
34n36
And   
52.8
327
24.4
41.6->53.3
OX3
3Li56 r
3s16
4s34
Vir  
39.5
181
3.3
17.4->46.5
HB57
4Ca02
15s06
8n18
Mon
94.2  
2024
15.5
38.4->281.
OP32
4Vi12 r
12s51
2s00
Sex
43.3
284
27.2
38.7->47.7
AZ84
4Pi13
13n18
2n26
Peg
35.7
249
13.6
32.5->46.6
RP120
4Sc58 r  
4s38
17s33
Vir
92.7
415
119.8  
2.5->108.8
BU48
5Sa12 r
13n24
7s59
Oph
45.5  
191  
14.3
20.4->46.0
GZ32
5Li26 r  
15n29
12n03
Vir
20.6
110
15.0
18.0->28.0
CO1
6Ge13
3s21
18n03
Tau
22.3
94  
19.7
11.0->30.5
GB32
6Ca27
13s52
9n27
Mon
101.7
2989
14.2
35.6->379.
Sedna
6Ar30
8s12
4s57
Cet
135.4
12235
11.9
76.5->985.
Teharonhi
6Li40 r
2s22
4s49
Vir
42.8  
291
2.6
42.8->45.0
Cyllarus
6Le42
12n21
30n31
Cnc
31.1
135
12.6
16.3->36.2
VQ94
7Ar15
51s27
43s20
Phe
115.3
2627  
70.2
6.8->374.0
Saturn
7Li15 r
2n41
0s25
Vir
9.6
29
2.5
96PW
7Vi29 r
8n17
16n26
Leo
114.7  
3539
29.9
2.5->461.9
FP185
7Ge32
29s01
7s05
Eri  
96.4  
3222  
30.8
34.6->401.
CO104
7Li48 r
0s57
3s58
Vir
22.0
118  
3.1
20.5->27.6
Logos
8Ar18
2s23
1n07
Cet
45.4
306
2.9
40.0->50.9
Jupiter
8Ta20
0s57
13n23
Ari
5.0
12
1.3
FY9
8Ta35
18s55
3s35
Eri
38.5
310
29.0
38.2->53.4
Pluto
8Ge37
10s56
10n57
Tau
47.8
250
17.1  
30.0->49.3
Uranus
8Sc40 r
0n28  
13s58
Lib
18.6
84
0.8  
TL66
8Cp53 r
21n35
1s37
Ser
78.5
763
24.0
34.9->132.
Venus
8Ta54
0s52
13n39
Ari
0.7
1
3.4
CZ118
9Ca14
25n09
48n13
Lyn
99.0
1237
27.8
38.0->192
PN34
9Ca25
5n00
28n06
Gem  
46.1
173
16.6
13.4->48.6
RM43
9Cp28 r
8s29
31s35
Sgr
82.2
865
28.8
35.0->146.
UJ438
9Cp28 r
0n57
22s10
Sgr
26.3
74
3.8
8.2->26.9
Sun
9Ta36
0n00
14n42  
Ari
1.0
1
0.0
Hylonome
9Cp43 r
4n10  
18s56
Sgr
24.0
125
4.2
18.9->31.1
Neptune
9Ge50
1s30
20n28
Tau  
29.8
166
1.8  
Varuna
9Aq52
9s27
26s53
Cap
41.5
282
17.2
40.6->45.4
RZ215
10Li04 r
13s38
16s30
Crv
84.2
1017  
25.5  
30.8->171.
Elatus
10Sc22r
4n21
10s48
Lib  
17.0
45
5.6
7.4->17.9
RZ214
10Sc32r
2n51
12s17  
Lib
68.4
774  
20.6
36.5->132.
VS2  
11Sa25r
11s45  
33s48
Sco
42.3
246
14.8  
36.2->42.4
VR130
11Ge32  
3s12
19n00
Tau
15.5
119
3.5
14.8->33.5
FZ173
11Ge34
11n55  
33n59
Aur
84.6
792
12.7
32.7->138.
Vertex
11Cp48
OO67
11Sc52 r
20n01
3n41
Vir
110.3
13448
20.1
 20.5->1110
Mercury
12Ar50
2s52
2n26
Psc
0.5
0
7.0
Amycus
13Cp36r   
7s31
30s14
Sgr
20.8
125  
13.3
15.2->34.8
TC302  
13Aq45
33s16
48s03
Gru
69.7
412
35.0
39.1->71.6
(Midheav)
13Ta53
0n00
16n01
Ari
SA278  
14Aq00
9n37
7s25
Aqr
97.4
893
16.3
33.0->152.
Ixion
14Le06
18n04
33n48
LMi   
43.6
249
19.6  
29.8->49.3
QB243
14Ge12  
6n25
28n53
Aur
54.0
205
6.8
15.4->54.1
RL43
14Ta26   
10s34
6n04
Cet
24.2
122
12.3
23.5->25.8
WN188
14Ta29
23s07
5s57
Eri
7.0   
55
26.9
2.2->26.7
GM137
14Aq45
9s13
25s13
Cap
8.4
23
15.6
7.1->9.2
YQ179
15Ar24
20s38
12s58
Cet
86.7
844
20.9
37.5->141.
DH5
15Ca24
16s12
6n27
Mon
14.1
104
22.5
14.0->30.3
MS4
15Le41
17s21
0s28
Hya
38.6  
271
17.7
35.7->48.0
Pelion
15Sc53r  
9n46
7s15
Lib  
18.3
89
9.4
17.3->22.6
QF6
16Vi37 r  
12n35
16n51
Leo
9.4
18
24.4
2.2->11.6
Thereus
17Aq13
19n17  
2n45
Equ
9.1
38
20.1
8.9->13.7
BL41
17Sa21r
6s52
29s42
Oph
12.2
31
13.3
7.1->12.6
Chariklo
17Cp47r
6s25
28s38
Sgr
15.9
62
23.4
13.1->18.4
EL61
18Ge24
19s04
3n57
Ori
39.5
286
28.2
34.8->52.0
CE10
18Li41 r
30s55
35s30
Cen
17.1  
31
145.4
2.1->17.5
KF77
18Aq43
3s38
18s41  
Cap
20.6
133
4.3
19.8->32.2
RG33
18Ca56
34n56
56n31
Lyn
16.6
29
35.6
2.2->16.8
Pholus
18Ar58
22s51
13s42
Cet
14.2  
92
24.7
8.7->32.0
GV9  
19Ta01
7n38
24n49
Ari
44.0
274
21.9  
39.1->45.3
XZ255
19Li05 r
2n19
5s20
Vir  
16.5
63
2.6
15.3->16.5
VU2
19Vi09 r
15s11
9s40
Crt
5.8
19
13.8
3.2->10.9
KX14
19Ge30
0n09
23n11
Tau  
38.4
243
0.4  
37.1->40.8
GQ21
19Ge34
12s15
10n50
Ori
74.8
906
13.3  
38.5->148.
Crantor
19Ge34
7s07
15n57
Ori
21.6
86  
12.8
14.1->24.8
QB1
19Sc47r
1s44
19s22
Lib
45.8
290
2.2
40.6->46.9
TY364
19Sc54r  
25n29
6n53
Ser
38.8
241
24.9  
36.2->41.3
Radamantus
20Pi13
4s14
7s46
Aqr
39.1
245
12.7
33.1->45.3
Eris
20Pi33
33s51
34s25
Scl  
90.9
560
43.9
38.3->97.5
Mars
20Ge47
1n07
24n15
Tau
1.6   
2
1.9
Ceto
20Pi48
0n05
3s35
Psc
87.6
1026
22.2
17.9->185.
XR190
21Pi23
45n48
38n02
Lac
61.6
434
46.6
53.0->61.8
Okyrhoe
21Cp56r
14n56
6s55   
Aql
9.6
24
15.6
5.7->11.0
(Ascend)
21Le58
0n00
14n12
Leo
Deucalion
22Ge03
0n11
23n24
Tau  
46.4
295
0.4
41.7->46.9
XA255
22Pi05
11s25
13s37  
Aqr    
42.8
112.7
62
9.4->50.1
Pylenor
22Le12 r
0n47
14n52
Leo
20.3
68  
5.5  
11.7->21.8
MW12
22Le24 r
14s01
0n46
Hya
49.7  
309
21.6
39.3->52.2
DA62
23Ta00
24n43
42n15
Per
8.5
21
52.3  
4.1->11.2
CC22
23Aq10
6n38   
7s32
Aqr
8.3
20
11.1
5.2->9.6
CY118
23Ta12
24s11
4s53
Eri  
82.7
866  
25.6
35.0->146.
RN43
23Vi14 r
3s59
0s58
Leo
42.5
267
19.3
40.5->42.5
TX300
23Li21 r
23s24  
30s36
Cen
43.3
283
25.8
37.8->48.4
CF119
23Ar53
19n17
27n04
Psc
82.4
847
19.7
39.0->140.
TD10
24Li25 r
2n10
7s28  
Vir
97.0  
926  
6.0
12.1->177.
SB60
24Vi53 r
23s51
19s47
Crt
38.9
272
23.9
37.6->46.3
SQ73
25Vi48 r
5n35
6n47
Vir
19.6
74
17.5
14.6->20.6
TO66
25Li55 r
15s59
24s50
Hya
38.5
283
27.4
38.1->48.1
OM67
26Li02 r
20s53
29s21
Hya
75.3
966
23.3
39.0->156.
(Moon)
26Li08
0n15
9s52
Vir
1.0
0
5.3
Huya
26Ta15
14s13
5n29
Tau
50.3
249  
15.5
28.9->50.3
UX25
26Sa37r
17n39
5s46
Oph
47.4
278  
19.5
36.5->48.7
XX143
26Sa47r
2n26
20s59
Sgr
11.1
76
6.8
9.6->26.3
Quaoar
27Ca25
7s26
13n24
Cnc
44.4
286  
8.0
41.9->45.1
Chiron
27Le30
6s00
6n43
Sex
8.8
49
7.0
8.4->18.4
RD215
27Sc42r
13n18
6s41
Lib
79.7
1346  
26.0  
37.4->206.
Apogee
27Sc48
2s35
22s12
Lib
PB112
28Sc00r
13s54
33s14
Lup
89.5
1111  
15.4
35.1->179.
LE31
28Ge01
8s17
15n10  
Ori
11.7
23
152.4
4.3->11.9
FZ53
28Sc30r
23n33
3n11
Ser
22.1
115
34.9
12.4->35.1
Node
28Ar47
0n00
11n03
Ari
Chaos
29Cp01r
11s19
31s25
Sgr   
50.3
309
12.0
41.0->50.5
PA44
29Le11 r
2s52
9n05
Leo
11.7
52  
3.3
3.4->24.5
CR105
29Pi15
18s05
16s50
Cet
72.0  
3460
22.8
44.2->413.


Focused Minor Planets


FY9      =     8 Ta 35
Sun      =    9 Ta 36
Venus =    8 Ta 54
Jupiter =    8 Ta 20
Elatus   =  10 Sc 22 r
RZ214  =  10 Sc 32 r

Saturn  =   7 Li 15 r        Quincunx

Varuna  =  9 Aq 52        Square

TL66      =  8 Cp 53 r      Trine
Hylonome =  9 Cp 43 r
RM43     =  9 Cp 28 r

Logos    =   8 Ar 18         Semisextile
___________________


Varuna  =  9 Aq 52

Sun       =   9 Ta 36         Square
Venus  =   8 Ta 54
Jupiter  =   8 Ta 20
FY9        =   8 Ta 35
Elatus    = 10 Sc 22 r      
RZ214   = 10 Sc 32 r

Neptune  =  9 Ge 50     Trine

TL66      =     8 Cp 53 r   Semisextile
Hylonome =  9 Cp 43 r
RM43     =     9 Cp 28 r

Logos     =     8 Ar 18      Sextile
___________________


OO67     =   11 Sc 52 r
Elatus     =  10 Sc 22 r
RZ214    =  10 Sc 32 r

Mercury  = 12 Ar 50      Quincunx
FZ173      = 11 Ge 34      
(OO67 is at the point of a yod, with Mercury and FZ173 sextiles)

TC302     = 13 Aq 45     Square
___________________


Ixion     =   14 Le 06
MS4       =   15 Le 41
SA278   =   14 Aq 00
TC302   =   13 Aq 45

Mercury  = 12 Ar 50      Trine
YQ179     =  15 Ar 24

Pelion    =    15 Sc 53 r   Square
___________________


GQ21     =   19 Ge 34
KX14     =   19 Ge 30
Crantor  =   19 Ge 34  
Mars    =    20 Ge 47

Eris      =     20 Pi 33         Square
Rhadamanthus = 20 Pi 13
Ceto     =    20 Pi 48
XR190  =    21 Pi 23

TY364  =   19 Sc 54 r       Quincunx
QB1     =    19 Sc 47 r
___________________


Deucalion = 22 Ge 03
Mars     =    20 Ge 47

RN43     =     23 Vi 14 r     T  Square
XA255   =     22 Pi 05

Pylenor  =     22 Le 12 r     Sextile
MW12   =      22 Le 24 r
___________________

Sedna    =    6 Ar 30
VQ94     =    7 Ar 15  
Logos    =     8 Ar 18
Saturn   =    7 Li 15 r
Teharonhi =  6 Li 40 r

GB32     =    6 Ca 27         Square

FP185    =   7 Ge 32         Sextile

Cyllarus  =   6 Le 42          Trine
___________________


MW12    =  22 Le 24 r
Pylenor  =  22 Le 12 r

Saturn   =    7 Li 15 r        Semisquare
________________________
________________________

Astrological Setting (Sidereal - Fagan/Bradley)


     RIYAL  Sat April 29 1893  UT 18h00m00s  Lat41n28  Lon86w29   SORT ALL      
Planet
Longitude
TX300       
0Li06 r
CF119       
0Ar38
TD10       
1Li10 r
SB60       
1Vi38 r
SQ73       
2Vi33 r
TO66        
2Li40 r
OM67       
2Li47 r
(Moon)       
2Li53
Huya       
3Ta00
UX25       
3Sa23 r
XX143      
3Sa32 r
Quaoar    
4Ca10
Chiron      
4Le15
RD215      
4Sc27 r
Apogee      
4Sc34
PB112      
4Sc45 r
LE31       
4Ge46
FZ53       
5Sc15 r
Node     
5Ar32
Chaos      
5Cp46 r
PA44       
5Le56 r
CR105      
6Pi00
PJ30       
7Ca19
Asbolus    
7Ca26
Nessus     
7Aq45
RR43       
8Sc05 r
Echeclus   
8Le11 r
Bienor      
8Ca42
Typhon     
8Aq42
Orcus     
9Aq04
UR163      
9Li07 r
QD112      
9Ca16
WL7         
9Cp16
AW197      
9Ar40
OX3       
10Vi41 r
HB57      
10Ge47
OP32       
10Le57 r
AZ84      
10Aq58
RP120     
11Li43 r
BU48       
11Sc57 r
GZ32       
12Vi11 r
CO1       
12Ta58
GB32      
13Ge12
Sedna      
13Pi15
Teharonhi
13Vi25 r
Cyllarus  
13Ca27
VQ94      
14Pi00
Saturn    
14Vi00 r
96PW      
14Le14 r
FP185     
14Ta17
CO104     
14Vi34 r
Logos        
15Pi03
Jupiter   
15Ar05
FY9     
15Ar20
Pluto     
15Ta22
Uranus    
15Li25 r
TL66      
15Sa38r
Venus     
15Ar39
CZ118      
15Ge59
PN34       
16Ge10
RM43       
16Sa13r
UJ438        
16Sa14r
Sun        
16Ar22
Hylonome   
16Sa28r
Neptune    
16Ta35
Varuna    
16Cp37
RZ215     
16Vi49 r
Elatus      
17Li07 r
RZ214     
17Li17 r
VS2        
18Sc10r
VR130     
18Ta17
FZ173     
18Ta19
Vertex    
18Sa33
OO67      
18Li37 r
Mercury   
19Pi35
Amycus     
20Sa21r
TC302     
20Cp30
(Midheav)    
20Ar39
SA278     
20Cp45
Ixion     
20Ca51
QB243     
20Ta57
RL43      
21Ar11
WN188     
21Ar14
GM137     
21Cp31
YQ179     
22Pi09
DH5       
22Ge10
MS4       
22Ca27
Pelion    
22Li38 r
QF6       
23Le22 r
Thereus   
23Cp58
BL41       
24Sc06r
Chariklo   
24Sa32r
EL61     
25Ta09
CE10       
25Vi26 r
KF77      
25Cp28
RG33      
25Ge41
Pholus    
25Pi43
GV9        
25Ar46
XZ255     
25Vi50 r
VU2       
25Le54 r
KX14      
26Ta15
GQ21      
26Ta19
Crantor   
26Ta19
QB1       
26Li32 r
TY364     
26Li39 r
Radamantus  
26Aq58
Eris      
27Aq18
Mars      
27Ta32
Ceto      
27Aq33
XR190     
28Aq08
Okyrhoe    
28Sa41r
(Ascend)    
28Ca43
Deucalion
28Ta48
XA255     
28Aq50
Pylenor    
28Ca57r
MW12       
29Ca09r
DA62      
29Ar45
CC22      
29Cp55
CY118    
29Ar57
RN43        
0Vi00

Focused Minor Planets

FY9       =   15 Ar 20
Sun      =    16 Ar 22
Venus =    15 Ar 39
Jupiter =   15 Ar 05
Elatus    =   17 Li 07 r
RZ214   =   17 Li 17 r

Saturn  =   14 Vi 00 r      Quincunx

Varuna  =   16 Cp 37      Square

TL66      =   15 Sa 38 r    Trine
Hylonome = 16 Sa 28 r
RM43     =   16 Sa 13 r

Logos     =   15 Pi 03       Semisextile
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Varuna   =   16 Cp 37

Sun       =    16 Ar 22         Square
Venus  =    15 Ar 39
Jupiter  =    15 Ar 05
FY9       =     15 Ar 20
Elatus    =     17 Li 07 r   
RZ214   =     17 Li 17 r

Neptune  =  16 Ta 35       Trine

TL66      =     15 Sa 38 r    Semisextile
Hylonome =  16 Sa 28 r
RM43     =     16 Sa 13 r

Logos    =      15 Pi 03       Sextile
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OO67     =    18 Li 37 r
Elatus     =    17 Li 07 r  
RZ214    =    17 Li 17 r

Mercury  =  19 Pi 35        Quincunx
FZ173      =  18 Ta 19   
(OO67 is at the point of a yod, with Mercury and FZ173 sextiles)

TC302     =   20 Cp 30      Square
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Ixion    =    20 Ca 51  
MS4      =    22 Ca 27
SA278  =    20 Cp 45
TC302  =    20 Cp 30  

Mercury  =  19 Pi 35         Trine
YQ179      = 22 Pi 09   

Pelion     =   22 Li 38 r        Square
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GQ21     =   26 Ta 19
KX14      =   26 Ta 15
Crantor   =   26 Ta 19  
Mars      =   27 Ta 32

Eris      =      27 Aq 18          Square
Rhadamanthus=  26 Aq 58
Ceto     =      27 Aq 33
XR190  =     28 Aq 08

TY364  =     26 Li 39 r          Quincunx
QB1      =     26 Li 32 r
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Deucalion =  28 Ta 48
Mars      =     27 Ta 32
RN43      =       0 Vi 00 r       T  Square
XA255    =     28 Aq 50

Pylenor   =     28 Ca 57 r     Sextile
MW12     =     29 Ca 09 r  
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Sedna    =     13 Pi 15   
VQ94     =     14 Pi 00
Logos    =      15 Pi 03
Saturn   =     14 Vi 00 r
Teharonhi =   13 Vi 25 r

GB32     =      13 Ge 12      Square

FP185   =      14 Ta 17       Sextile

Cyllarus  =     13 Ca 27      Trine
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MW12     =    29 Ca 09 r
Pylenor   =    28 Ca 57 r

Saturn   =     14 Vi 00 r      Semisquare
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Posted to Centaurs (YahooGroups) on February 18, 2008

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