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Thursday, August 13, 2009


Jeanna Bryner and Robert Roy Britt of reported at that David Anderson of Keele University and Amaury Triaud of the Geneva Observatory discovered on August 12, 2009 the planet WASP-17 in retrograde orbit. The graduate students, who are still working on their research apparently, saw a planet that was in close range with another planet resulting to the distended appearance according to Coel Hellier, a Keele University professor. It is kind of amazing coincidence because in the Qur’an, one of the indicators that the world will come to an end is that the earth’s orbit would be counter-clockwise. So the phenomenon really exists in the outer space.

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