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Angina Prognosis Study In Stockholm. A trial comparing metoprolol to verapamil on atherosclerotic endpoints and psychosocial variables in patients with stable angina.
Conclusion No difference between metoprolol and verapamil vis-à-vis cardiovascular events.
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s,p] = 251[degrees] is the solar longitude at the perihelion, [phi] is the latitude and H is the half of the length of the day expressed in radians calculated as
And, second, he says, 12 objects is a tiny sample--the apparent perihelion clustering may just be an illusion caused by where researchers point their telescopes.
If that happens to ISON before perihelion day, don't expect much of anything at all to be visible afterward.
We can hope that C/2012 S1 (ISON) will show a similar effect and be rejuvenated by the time it reaches perihelion, after this issue of the Journal goes to press.
Comet Lovejoy, which reached perihelion on December 15, 2011 is the best known recent Kreutz-group sungrazer.
The word perihelion comes from the Greek words "peri" (meaning "near") and "helios" (meaning "sun").
He said the dates for aphelion and perihelion can vary every year by a few days.
The Kreutz-group comets are a family of sungrazing comets, characterized by orbits taking them extremely close to the Sun at perihelion.
These lead to a Keplerian orbit in three dimensions, which gives the observed values of perihelion precession and bending of light by a massive object.
The point where a planetCOs orbit is nearest to the Sun is called the perihelion.
The book's title, Perihelion, suggests risk, an edging toward the sun, but instead the poems consistently hedge: "Almost destroyed.
Gives OK to Perihelion Global's Planned Biofuel Refinery(C)2006 JeraOne - http://www.