Re: How does Katkind measured their time?

From: Edo Andromedo <>
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 1996 14:37:09 +0700

>>or could they based on a sky object like a certain star or a certain moon
>>(If the Kats planet has more than one moon) ?
> I've only seen indication of one moon much like out own.

Their moon seem to be bigger than ours, and don't tell me again that is only optical ilusion.

> Well, they would have constellations based on Kat imagery; The big
>and little (Milk) Saucers instead of Dippers, for instance.

Hmmm, one thing for sure, the Milky Way will still remain the same.

>> Edo Andromedo email :
>Kevin L. Knoles

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Received on Mon Apr 01 1996 - 02:53:03 PST

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