The Time Tonight

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Brian
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The Time Tonight

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This clever factoid was posted on SGL, couldn't resist repeating it here (currently the Moon is the only thing visible in the sky, and that through a thick and variable cloud soup :roll: )

"At 21 seconds past 9.21pm tonight it will be :

the 21st second of the 21st minute, of the 21st hour, of the 21st day, of the 21st year, of the 21st century !"

link:
https://stargazerslounge.com/topic/370468-time-tonight/
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Re: The Time Tonight

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Brian
Believe it or not - I just read your post at 21:23UT.
Best wishes from Slow coach - Cliff
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Re: The Time Tonight

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Hi Cliff!

I suppose we must wait now for the 22nd Century before we can have the next ("22"-based) time line :shock:

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Brian
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