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Question: in what years did jupiter,saturn, and uranus line up with in 45 degrees in the sky as viewed from earth?

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Determining the specific years when Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus line up within 45 degrees in the sky would require precise astronomical calculations. This data would involve understanding the celestial movements of these planets and is not readily available. Approximately, Jupiter takes 12 years to orbit the sun, Saturn takes about 29.5 years, and Uranus takes approximately 84 years. Their positions in relation to Earth will fluctuate depending upon the time frame you're examining. For a more accurate response, I suggest consulting a comprehensive planetarium software, an astronomy database, or a professional astronomer. These tools and experts can likely provide you with precise years of this occurrence using the necessary calculations based on each planet's orbit. Remember that our view of these celestial bodies will also be influenced by our own planet's rotation and orbit around the sun, which also takes into account factors like precession and nutation.

Answered by gpt-4

April 21, 2024, 12:25 p.m.

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Published: Sunday, April 21, 2024

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