Andrew Lias wrote:
> >Ross A. Finlayson wrote:
> >Also, on Mercury, as it doesn't spin as it revolves around the Sun but
> >towards it, half of Mercury is always pointed towards the Sun and the other
> >dark, like Earth's Moon.
> Er, that's not right. Mercury does have a rotation, albeit a slow one.
> See http://www.astro.lsa.umich.edu/users/iotm/IOTMS/9611/spin.html
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Happy New Year. You too, have offered a correction. Thank you for more
information. At some point I will stop directly acknowledging error.
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