Топ-100 ★ Free online encyclopedia. Did you know? page 96

★ Free online encyclopedia. Did you know? page 96

                                               

Earth

Earth is the third planet from the Sun and the only astronomical object experiencing life. According to the data of radiometric and other evidence, the Earth was formed over 4.5 billion years ago. The gravitation of the earth interacts with other ...

                                               

Mars

Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and the second smallest planet in the Solar system, after mercury. In English, Mars is named after the Roman God of war and is often called the red planet. The latter refers to the action of the iron oxide p ...

                                               

Neptune

Neptune is the eighth and farthest known planet from the Sun in the Solar system. In the Solar system, it is the fourth largest planet by diameter, and the third most massive planet, and the densest planet giant. Neptune is 17 times greater than ...

                                               

Pluto

Pluto is an ice dwarf planet in the Kuiper belt, a ring of bodies beyond the orbit of Neptune. It was the first object in the Kuiper belt to be discovered and is the largest known dwarf planet. Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in 1930, the ...

                                               

Saturn

Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second largest in the Solar system after Jupiter. It is a gas giant with an average radius about nine times larger than Earth. He only has one-eighth the average density of the Earth, but with a lar ...

                                               

Comet

Comet is a icy small Solar system body that when passing close to the Sun, heats up and begins to release gases, this process is called degassing. This creates a visible atmosphere or coma and sometimes a tail. These phenomena are due to the infl ...

                                               

Exocomet

In exocomet, or extrasolar comet, is a comet outside the Solar system, which includes rogue comets and comets that orbit stars other than the Sun. First exocomets were discovered in 1987 around Beta Painter, a very young a-type star main sequence ...

                                               

Lost comet

The lost comet was not discovered during its last perihelion passage. This typically occurs when data are insufficient to reliably calculate the location of comets or if the solar elongation is unfavorable near perihelion. D / use designation for ...

                                               

Main-belt comet

Active asteroids-small bodies of the Solar system are asteroid-like orbits, but to show comet-like visual characteristics. That is, they show a certain, tails, or other visual signs of weight loss, but their orbits remain within the orbit of Jupi ...

                                               

Antimatter comet

Antimatter comets are hypothetical comet was composed entirely of antimatter, not of ordinary matter. Although not actually observed, and unlikely to exist anywhere within the milky Way, they suggested the existence of, and their existence, on th ...

                                               

Comet Encke

Encke or comet Enckes comet is a periodic comet that completes an orbit next to the Sun every 3.3 years. Enke was first was Pierre Mechain in 1786, but it was not recognized as a periodic comet until 1819 when its orbit was computed by Johann Fra ...

                                               

Comet Humason

There is another long-period comet named Humason: C / 1960 M1 a.k.a. 1959 X, 1960e. Humason comet, official designation C / 1961 R1 was non-periodic comet discovered by Milton L. Humason on 1 September 1961. The perihelion was well beyond the orb ...

                                               

24P/Schaumasse

By the end of 1912 he was recognized as short-period estimates to go back to 7.1 years, then converted to 8 years. In 1919, the return was recovered Gaston Fayet Paris, France of magnitude 10.5. Approach to 1927 was a size 12, but the comet was m ...

                                               

45P/Honda–Mrkos–Pajdusakova

45П / Honda, Mrkos–Pajdusakova is a short-period comet discovered by Minoru Honda December 3, 1948. It is named after Minoru Honda, antonín Mrkos and Ľudmila Pajdusakova. The object rotates around the Sun in an elliptical orbit with a period of 5 ...

                                               

36P/Whipple

36P / Whipple is a periodic comet in the Solar system. This is the lowest numbered quasi-Hilda comets. The comets nucleus is estimated at 4.5 kilometers in diameter.

                                               

51P/Harrington

51p allow you to shoot fast / Harrington is a periodic comet in the Solar system. It was discovered by Robert George Harrington at Palomar Observatory on 14 August 1953 using the Schmidt telescope. Then he had a brightness value of 15. In October ...

                                               

52P/Harrington–Abell

52P / Harrington–Abel is a periodic comet in the Solar system. It was discovered by Robert Harrington and George O. Abell in 1955 on plates from the Palomar sky survey taken with the Oschin telescope with 49-inch Samuel. It was obvious to every p ...

                                               

37P/Forbes

37p / Forbes is a periodic comet in the Solar system. It was discovered August 1, 1929, Alex Rosebank Ander F. I. Forbes, South Africa. The comets nucleus is estimated at 1.9 kilometers in diameter.

                                               

Sozin's Comet

"Sozins Comet" - the series finale of the American animated television series the Nickelodeon series Avatar: the last airbender. It was directed by Ethan Spaulding, Giancarlo Volpe, and Joaquim DOS Santos and written by Michael Dante dimartino, B ...

                                               

Comet Swift–Tuttle

Comet swift–tuttle is a periodic comet with a current orbital period of 133 years. This corresponds to the classical definition of a Halley-type comet with a period between 20 and 200 years. It was independently discovered by Lewis swift on July ...

                                               

153P/Ikeya–Zhang

Ikeya–Zhang comet-comet, discovered independently from each other by two astronomers from Japan and China in 2002. On 1 February 2002, a Chinese astronomer Zhang Daqing Kaifeng discovered a new comet in the constellation Cetus, and reported in WT ...

                                               

48P/Johnson

48р / Johnson is a periodic comet in the Solar system. The comets nucleus is estimated at 5.7 kilometers in diameter by Lamy, Fernandez, and weaver. David C. Jewitt and Scott S. Sheppard of the evaluation core are sized 6.0 x 4.4 km.

                                               

35P/Herschel–Rigollet

35P / Herschel–Rigollet is a periodic comet with an orbital period of 155 years. This corresponds to the classical definition of a Halley-type Comet. It was discovered by Caroline Herschel on 1788-12-21. Given that the comet takes 155 years to or ...

                                               

33P/Daniel

Comet Daniel is a periodic comet in the Solar system discovered on Zaccheus Daniel December 7, 1909 estimated as magnitude 9. After its opening, returns for 1916, 1923, and 1930 were predicted but each time it has not been restored. In 1937 the r ...

                                               

Halley's Comet

Halleys comet or comet Halley, officially designated 1P / Halley, is a short-period comet visible from Earth every 75-76 years. Halley is the only short-period comet that is regularly visible to the naked eye from Earth, and only naked eye comet ...

                                               

34D/Gale

Comet Gale is a periodic comet in the Solar system discovered by Walter Frederick Gale on 7 Jun 1927. The second apparition was calculated for 1938, but Gale failed to find it, but he was converted E. Leland Cunningham, who later recovered this y ...

                                               

43P/Wolf–Harrington

43P / wolf–Harrington is a periodic comet, discovered on December 22, 1924, by Max wolf in Heidelberg, Germany. In 2019 it will be held in the framework of 0.065 AU of Jupiter, which will raise the point of perihelion, and to increase the orbital ...

                                               

Comet West

West comet, official designation C / 1975 V1, 1976 VI, and 1975n, was a comet described as one of the brightest objects to pass through the inner Solar system in 1976. This is often described as the "great comet".

                                               

40P/Vaisala

40P / Vaisala is a periodic comet that was discovered on February 8, 1939. Its orbit was determined on 26 April 1939. In 1994, the diameter of its nucleus was found to be 4.2 km, similar in size to that of comet Encke.

                                               

49P/Arend–Rigaux

49p / Arend–Rigo is a periodic comet in the Solar system. The comets nucleus is estimated at 8.48 kilometers in diameter with a low albedo of 0.028. On 20 December 2058 the comet will pass 0.0867 AU 12.970.000 km, 8.060.000 mi from Mars.

                                               

47P/Ashbrook–Jackson

4 Oct 1948. (4 октября 1948) March 13, 1971. (13 марта 1971 года) January 6, 2001. (6 января 2001 года) October 28, 2025. (28 октября, 2025) July 14, 1993. (14 июля 1993 года) 6 APR 1956. (6 апреля 1956) 31 Jan 2009. (31 января 2009) 19 Aug 1978. ...

                                               

27P/Crommelin

Comet Crommelin, also known as comet Pons-Coggia-Winneke-Forbes, is a periodic comet with an orbital period of almost 28 years. This corresponds to the classical definition of a Halley-type Comet. It is named after British astronomer Andrew C. D. ...

                                               

Comet Lovejoy

Comet Lovejoy may refer to: C / 2007 E2 Lovejoy, the comet opened in March 2007. S / 2017 E4 Lovejoy, a comet discovered in 2017 Terry Lovejoy. C / 2011 W3 Lovejoy, a comet discovered in 2011, said it pass through Suns corona. S / K2 Lovejoy 2014 ...

                                               

44P/Reinmuth

44P / Reinmuth or Reinmuth 2 is a Jupiter-family comet that is greatly perturbed by the gas giant Jupiter. The diameter of the nucleus of the comet is estimated at 3.22 km and its absolute magnitude at 11.

                                               

38P/Stephan–Oterma

38p / Stephan–video-periodic comet with an orbital period of 38 years. This corresponds to the classical definition of a Halley-type Comet. It was discovered in January 1867, Jerome Eugene Coggia at the Observatory of Marseille, France. 38p / Ste ...

                                               

50P/Arend

Comet Arend or 50p / Arend is a periodic comet in the Solar system which was discovered on 4 October 1951. It was discovered by astronomer Sylvain Julien Victor Arend at the Royal Observatory of Belgium, located in the commune of Uccle. The comet ...

                                               

Great Comet of 1811

The great Comet of 1811, the official designation C / 1811 F1, is a comet that was visible to the naked eye is about 260 days, a record it held until comet Hale–BOPP in 1997. In October 1811, at its brightest, and when it was 1.2 AU from the Eart ...

                                               

Great Comet of 1843

Great comet of 1843, the official designation of C / 1843 D1 and 1843 I, was a long-period comet which became very bright in March 1843. He was discovered February 5, 1843 and rapidly brightened to become a great Comet. He was a member of the Kre ...

                                               

Great Comet of 1882

Great comet of 1882, the official designation of C / 1882 R1, 1882 II, and 1882b, was a comet which became very bright in September 1882. He was a member of the Kreutz Sungrazers-family of comets which pass within 1 ☉ R of the solar photosphere a ...

                                               

Great Southern Comet of 1887

Great southern Comet of 1887, or C / 1887 B1 using its international astronomical Union designation, was a bright comet seen from the southern hemisphere in January 1887. Later calculations showed this to be part of the Kreutz Sungrazing group. A ...

                                               

Great January Comet of 1910

The great January comet of 1910, official designation C / 1910 A1 and often referred to as the daylight comet, was the comet that appeared in January 1910. He was already visible to the naked eye when it was first noticed, and many people indepen ...

                                               

Great comet

A comet is a comet that becomes exceptionally bright. There is no formal definition, this term is often attached to comets, such as Halleys comet, which is bright enough to be noticed by casual observers who are not looking for them, and became w ...

                                               

Extinct comet

Extinct comets are comets that have expelled most of their volatile ice and have little left to form a tail and coma. In the dormant comets, but are not depleted all of the remaining volatile components were sealed beneath an inactive surface lay ...

                                               

Great Comet of 1823

The great Comet of 1823, also designated C / 1823 Y1 or comet de Breaute-Pons, was a bright comet visible in the last month of 1823 and early 1824. It was independently opened Nell de Breaute in Dieppe on December 29, Jean-Louis Pons on the morni ...

                                               

Holiday

A holiday is a day set aside by custom or by law on which normal activities, especially business or work, including schools, are suspended or reduced. Generally, holidays are intended to allow people to celebrate or mark any event or tradition of ...

                                               

Public holidays in Russia

Below are the list of official public holidays recognized by the Russian government. These days, government offices, embassies and some shops are closed. If the due date falls on a weekend, the following Monday will be a day off on account of a h ...

                                               

Feasts of Jesus Christ

Feasts of Jesus Christ on certain days of the year distinguished in the liturgical calendar as the days to celebrate events in the life of Jesus Christ and his veneration, dedicated to his relics, signs and wonders. And Easter everywhere be regar ...

                                               

Scarlet Sails (tradition)

Scarlet sails is a celebration in St. Petersburg, Russia, the most massive and famous public event during the White nights festival all summer. Tradition is very popular because of its wonderful fireworks, numerous music concerts, and a huge wate ...

                                               

National day

The national day designated date celebrations of nationhood of a nation or non-sovereign country. This nationhood can be symbolized by the date of independence, of becoming Republic or a significant date for a patron or ruler. Often this day is c ...

                                               

International Workers' Day

International workers Day, also known as workers Day, labour Day in some countries and often called may day, is a celebration of workers and the working classes that is promoted by the international trade Union movement, which occurs every year o ...

                                               

Festival of the Sun

Festival of the Sun is an annual Outdoor music festival held in December in the drink like tourist Park, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia. It was first held in 2001 and the first ticket in 2005.

                                               

Line-crossing ceremony

The line crossing ceremony is a rite of passage that a persons memory first crossing of the equator. The tradition may have originated with ceremonies when passing headlands, and become "stupid" sanctions as a boost to morale, or have been create ...

                                               

Public holidays in Azerbaijan

The holidays in Azerbaijan are governed by the Constitution of Azerbaijan SSR for the first time on may 19, 1921, the Azeri leader Nariman Narimanov. Through the history non-working days have changed.

                                               

August

August-the eighth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars, and fifth of seven months with length of 31 days. It was originally called Sextilis in Latin, because it was the sixth month in the original ten-month Roman calendar under ...

                                               

April

April is the fourth month of the year in the Gregorian calendar, fifth early Julian, the first of the four months with length 30 days and the second five months to have a length of less than 31 days. April is commonly associated with the season a ...

                                               

December

December is the twelfth and last month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars. He is also the last of seven months with length of 31 days. December got its name from the Latin word Decem meaning ten, because it was originally the tenth ...

                                               

July

July is the seventh month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars and the fourth of seven months with length of 31 days. He was named by the Roman Senate in honor of General of the Roman Caesar, is the month of his birth. Before that it ...

                                               

June

June is the sixth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars, the second of the four months with length 30 days, and the third five months to have a length of less than 31 days. June contains the summer solstice in the Northern hemis ...

                                               

March

March-the third month of the year and named in honor of Mars, as in the Julian and Gregorian calendars. This is the second of seven months with length of 31 days. In the Northern hemisphere, the meteorological beginning of spring occurs on the fi ...

                                               

May

May is the fifth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars and the third of the seven months with length of 31 days. May-month of spring in the Northern hemisphere and autumn in the southern hemisphere. Therefore may in the southern ...

                                               

November

November is the eleventh month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars, the fourth and last of the four months with a length of 30 days and, finally, the fifth is five months to have a length of less than 31 days. November was the ninth ...

                                               

October

October is the tenth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars, the sixth of seven months with length of 31 days. The eighth month in the old calendar of Romulus C. 750 BC, October retained its name after January and February were a ...

                                               

September

September-the ninth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars, the third of the four months with length 30 days, and the fourth of five months to have a length of less than 31 days. In the Northern hemisphere, September is the seaso ...

                                               

February

February-second month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendar, with 28 days in common years and 29 days in leap years, with the quadrennial 29th day called leap day. This is the first of five months to be less than 31 days and only one l ...

                                               

January

January-the first month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars and is the first of seven months with length of 31 days. On the first day of the month is called New year. It is, on the average, the coldest month of the year in most part ...

                                               

August 11

1982 – bomb explodes on "pan Am" flight 830, EN route from Tokyo, Japan to Honolulu, Hawaii, killing one passenger and injuring 15 others. 2000 – the rage is on Board a southwest airlines flight 1763, when 19-year-old Jonathan Burton attempts to ...

                                               

August 12

August 12-the 224th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 141 days until the end of the year. This is the peak of the Perseid meteor shower. It is also known as "the glorious twelfth" in the United Kingdom, as it marks the traditional start ...

                                               

August 14

1901 – the first claimed flight, by Gustave Whitehead in his number 21. 1385 – Portuguese crisis of 1383-85: the Battle of Aljubarrota Portuguese forces commanded by king John I and his General Nuno álvares Pereira defeat the Castilian army of ki ...

                                               

August 19

1942 – World war II: operation Jubilee: the 2nd Canadian infantry division leads an assault by allied forces on Dieppe, France and not many Canadians are killed or captured. The purpose of the operation was to develop and try new amphibious landi ...

                                               

August 2

1274, Edward I of England returns from the ninth crusade and is crowned king seventeen days later. 1968 – an earthquake in Kabigan, Aurora, Philippines killing more than 270 people and wounding 261. 1830 – Charles X of France abdicated in favor o ...

                                               

August 26

1303 – Alauddin Khalji captures Chittorgarh. 1977 – the Charter of the French language, adopted by the National Assembly of Quebec. 1999 – Russia begins the second Chechen war in response to the invasion of Dagestan by the Islamic international p ...

                                               

August 30

1995 – Bosnian war: NATO launches operation deliberate force against Bosnian Serb forces. 1363 – five-week battle of lake Poyang begins when the forces of two Chinese rebel leaders Chen Youliang and Zhu Yuanzhang meet, to decide who will replace ...

                                               

August 6

1997 – Korean airlines flight 801 crashed at Nimitz hill, GUAM, killing 228 of the 254 people aboard. 1996 – NASA announces that the ALH 84001 meteorite thought to originate from Mars, contains evidence of primitive life forms. 1956 – after the b ...

                                               

August 1

1988 – a British soldier was killed in the explosion of Inglis barracks in London, England. 2017 is the attack of a suicide bomber at a mosque in Herat, Afghanistan kills 20 people. 1774 – British scientist Joseph Priestley opens the gas oxygen, ...

                                               

August 10

August 10, the 222nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 143 days until the end of the year. The period of August 10 has been widely used by historians as a shorthand for the storming of the Tuileries Palace August 10, 1792, to the end of ...

                                               

August 13

1553 – Michael Servet arrested over Jean Calvin in Geneva, Switzerland as a heretic. 1918 – women enlist in the marine Corps of the United States for the first time. Opha may Johnson was the first woman to enlist. 1967 – two young women were the ...

                                               

August 17

1969 – Category 5 hurricane Camille hits in the US Gulf coast, killing 256 and causing 1.42 billion dollars in damage. 2004 – the national Assembly of Serbia unanimously adopts new state symbols for Serbia: Boze Pravde will be the new anthem and ...

                                               

August 18

2003 – one-year-old Zachary Turner was killed in Newfoundland by his mother, who is the guardian though is facing trial for the murder of Zacharys father. The case led to reform of laws on security Deposit Canadas. 1945 – Sukarno takes office as ...

                                               

August 20

2006 – Civil war Sri Lanka: a Sri Lankan Tamil politician and former MP S. Sivamaharajah gunned down in his home in Tellippalai. 636 – Battle of Yarmouk: Arab forces under the command of Khalid Ibn al-Walid take control of the Levant from the Byz ...

                                               

August 21

1918 – World war I: Second battle of the Somme begins. 1415 – Henry the Navigator leads Portuguese forces to victory over the Marinids at the battle of Ceuta. 1983 – Philippine opposition leader Benigno Aquino Jr. was assassinated at Manila airpo ...

                                               

August 22

1654 – Jacob Barsimson arrives in new Amsterdam. He is the first known Jewish immigrant to America. 1851 – the first Americas Cup was won by the yacht America. 1894 – Mahatma Gandhi forms the Natal Indian Congress NIC in order to fight discrimina ...

                                               

August 23

1514 – in the battle of chaldiran ends with a convincing victory of Sultan Selim I, the Ottoman Empire, over the Shah Ismail I, the founder of the Safavid dynasty. 1943 – World war II: Kharkov liberated the Soviet Union after the battle of Kursk. ...

                                               

August 24

1914 – World war I: battle of CER ends as the first victory of the allies in the war. 1989 – Colombian drug barons declare "total war" with the government of Colombia. 2010 – in San Fernando, Tamaulipas state, Mexico, 72 illegal immigrants are ki ...

                                               

August 25

1914 – World war I: Japan declares war on Austria-Hungary. 1939 – Britain and Poland form a military Alliance in which the UK promises to defend Poland in case of attack by foreign powers. 2017 – Harvey hurricane makes landfall in Texas as a powe ...

                                               

August 28

1521 – the Ottoman Turks occupy Belgrade. 1845 – published the first issue of scientific American magazine. 1619 – election of Ferdinand II, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. 632 – Fatimah, daughter prophet Muhammad, dies, her cause of death is a ...

                                               

August 29

1911 – Ishi, considered the last native American contact with European Americans, emerges from the wilderness in the North-East California. 1315 – Battle of Montecatini: the army of the Republic of Pisa, commanded by Uguccione della Faggiuola, wi ...

                                               

August 3

1907 – judge Kenesaw mountain Landis fines standard oil of Indiana a record of 29.4 million dollars for illegal milling of freight carriers, condemnation and penalty later reversed on appeal. Ad 8 – Roman Empire General Tiberius defeats Dalmatae ...

                                               

August 31

1991 – Kyrgyzstan declares its independence from the Soviet Union. 1935 – in an attempt to stay away from the growing tension between Germany and Japan, USA is the first of its neutrality acts. 1940 – Pennsylvania tour of Central airlines 19 cras ...

                                               

August 4

1964 – the Gulf of Tonkin incident: U.S. destroyers USS Maddox and Turner joy about the message of the impending attacked in the Gulf of Tonkin. 1915 – World war I: the German 12th army takes Warsaw to Gorlice–Tarnów offensive and the Great retre ...

                                               

August 5

1816 – the British Admiralty dismisses Francis Ronaldss new invention of the first working electric Telegraph as "junk", preferring to continue to use the semaphore. 1940 – World war II: the USSR formally annexes Latvia. 1884 – cornerstone for St ...

                                               

August 7

August 7, the 219th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 146 days left till the end of the year. This day is celebrated around the middle of summer in the Northern hemisphere and winter in the southern hemisphere the season begins on the su ...

                                               

August 8

2000 – H. L. Hunley Confederate submarine raised to the surface after 136 years on the ocean floor and 30 years after its discovery by undersea Explorer E. Lee Spence. 1929 – German airship Graf Zeppelin begins a round-the-world flight. 1844 – th ...

                                               

August 9

1991 – Italian-judge Antonino Scopelliti kill Ndrangheta on behalf of the Sicilian mafia in the preparation of the government cases in the last instance the Maxi trial. 1842 – the Treaty of Webster–Ashburton was signed, creating the United States ...

                                               

April 15

1941 – in the Belfast blitz, two-hundred bombers of the German Luftwaffe attack Belfast, killing about a thousand people. 1960 – at Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina, Ella Baker leads a conference that results in the creation of the stud ...

                                               

April 11

1881 – Spelman College is founded in Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta Baptist female Seminary, the institution of higher education for African-American women. 1993 – four hundred and fifty prisoners rioted at the southern correctional facility in Lucasvi ...

                                               

April 14

– The Spanish Cortes deposes king Alfonso XIII and proclaims the first Spanish Republic in 1931. 1958 – the Soviet satellite "Sputnik 2" falls from orbit after a flight of 162 days. It was the first spacecraft to carry a living animal a dog named ...

                                               

April 16

1799 – French revolutionary wars: Battle of mount Tabor-Napoleon drives Ottoman Turks across the river Jordan near acre. 1945 – the U.S. army liberates Nazi Sonderlager high security prisoner of war camp Oflag IV-C, better known as Colditz. 1972 ...

                                               

April 17

1942 – French prisoner of war General Henri Giraud escaped from the prison of the castle in the fortress of Konigstein. 1524 Giovanni da Verrazzano reaches new York Harbor. 1961 – Bay of Pigs: a group of Cuban exiles financed and trained the CIA ...

                                               

April 18

1847 – American victory at the battle of Cerro Gordo opens the way for invasion of Mexico. 1954 – Gamal Abdel Nasser seizes power in Egypt. 1857 – "the Spirits Book" by Allan Kardec publishes the that marked the birth of spiritualism in France. 1 ...

                                               

April 19

2013 – Boston marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev killed in a shootout with police. His brother Dzhokhar was later captured hiding in a boat in the yard in the suburb of Watertown. 1973 – the Portuguese socialist party was founded in the G ...

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