Into the Black

Well, Dr. Toothy does not think I have a toothache, or as he put it: "I'd hate to have to explain to a review board why I did a root canal based on these X-Rays." The pain has indeed slowly, but steadily decreased since it first hit, so hopefully it will continue on that course. I was due for a cleaning, anyway, and got unusually high marks for my home care, which was nice.

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Jim
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Mars article is 2+ years old Jan 12, 2006, 07:33
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Jim
 
Mars is still visible high in the sky after sundown but it is receeding (or rather we're moving away from it) so its appearance in the sky is far less "delighting" to the onlookers as it was 3 months ago, or during August 2003 opposition.

Saturn is currently the planet that is doing all of the delighting.

Jim
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