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    A Partly Cloudy Exoplanet

    PS perhaps a posting hiatus. i had an accident tonight and injured a hand. just a sprain but it's too painful to type.
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    Very interesting article.

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    Default Re: partly cloudy exoplanet

    Quote Originally Posted by upfyrman View Post
    Very interesting article.

    Heal quickly!
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    Default Re: partly cloudy exoplanet

    I hope the hand heals right away nFA. Sprains are a nuisance when they happen.
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    Default Re: partly cloudy exoplanet

    I can't complain too much. It was a spectacular pratfall and I sacrificed my hand to avoid a concussion of my head against a curb stone. I'm lucky.
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