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51 50 As we move further out triangular geometries prevail two shown below 99.9. Uranus and Neptune, like Saturn, both have mysterious ring systems with clear spaces at Kirkwood distances where particles orbit at periods harmonic with one or more moons. Uranus bright outer ring has a diameter twice that of Uranus itself 99.9, echoing the orbits of Uranus and Saturn, and Neptunes innermost ring is twothirds the size of its outermost 99.9. These proportions beautifully invoke the local timing, as Neptunes orbital period is twice that of Uranus, and Uranus is twothirds that of Pluto, an outer reflection of the inner harmonic 123 we saw with Mercury. One of the most obvious symmetries of modern cosmology occurs in that the Milky Way, ie the plane of our own galaxy, is tilted at almost exactly 60o to the ecliptic or plane of our solar system shown horizontal opposite 99.7. What is more, every year the Sun crosses the galaxy through the galactic centre, and being alive in these times means this happens every midwinters day. Like many of the images in this little book you may need to study this to get it GalactIc Geometry to the stars and beyond 51 NPE North Pole of the Ecliptic GE Galactic Equator NP North Pole of the Earth NPG North Pole of our Galaxy EC Ecliptic, Path of Sun EQ Earths Equator SGP South Pole of our Galaxy SPE South pole of the Ecliptic It is Winter Solstice and the North pole of the earth is tilted away from the Sun which is right in front of the centre of our Galaxy. The Poles of the Ecliptic and the Galaxy define four points of a hexagon in space around us.
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