Chapter 29 — Earth’s 1 mph motion explains all of our “Outer” Planets’ parallaxes

As every astronomer will know, the orbital periods of our outer or “Jovian” planets from Jupiter to Pluto are all reckoned to be slightly shorter than a whole integer number of solar years. Jupiter, for instance, is said to complete one of its orbits in 11.862 years. Saturn is said to complete one of its
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