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Calculating sidereal time

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At what will the crab nebula cross the celestial median on March 12 and 13 2005. The right ascension is 05 31 30 and declination is 21 59 00.

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Using the reasoning I outlined in the question about the Cygnus galaxy, we know that at local noon on March 12, the right ...

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