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    惑星の現在位置
    2018年2月25日, 02:53 世界時
    太陽626'47"9s09
    2952'13"19n43
    水星1254'46"7s59
    金星1741'53"6s10
    火星1756'48"22s33
    木星2259'44"17s23
    土星71'19"22s22
    天王星2545'11"9n27
    海王星1339' 1"7s16
    冥王星2031'23"21s30
    月の交点1448'48"16n23
    カイロン271' 8"1n59
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While e-mail is a good way to correspond privately with members, it has several drawbacks: You must open your e-mail application to write and send the message; the recipient must open his/her e-mail application; check his/her mail and your message will mixed in with all the other mail and it can take sometimes several minutes to an hour for mail to reach the recipient.

As an alternative to e-mail, the Astrodienst Forum offers a faster, more private method. Personal Messaging on the forum provides instantaneous delivery to the recipient's private mailbox. The mail is sent and received entirely through Astrodienst, so neither you nor the recipient have to open another program or leave the forum. Personal Messaging also gives both the sender and recipient greater privacy: no one's real e-mail address is revealed. Personal Messages show only the username and name of both parties.

If a recipient isn't online, Personal Messages wait in the member's PM box until the next time he/she logs in and manually reads and/or deletes them. Personal Messages is basically a self-contained, highly private e-mail system.


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