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syzygy rate
(Noun) The alignment of the objects, especially astronomical bodies.
Usage: In 2001, A Space Odyssey, the planets lined up to form a syzygy.

syzygy rate
(Noun) Conjunction or opposite: the period of a new or full moon
syzygy rate
When two or more planets are in line in the sky, with the sun, as seen from earth.
syzygy rate
(Noun) When three or more objects in space align.
syzygy rate
(Noun) arrangement of planets
Usage: The next syzygy will be many years from now.

syzygy rate
Culminating in a Solar Elipse on the Earth, which happens once every 5,000 years.

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