The constellations - easy to be hard / i don't know about you


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Indo-European sqalos , squalus , (cf. Lat. squalus ) is probably cognate with qalos , as in Germanic khwalaz (compare Old Saxon hwal , Old Norse hvalr , Old English hwæl , Middle Dutch wal , Old High German wal ), possibly from an original ( s ) qalos , with a general meaning of big fish , then constrained in its meaning in individual dialects. (See s-Mobile ) [ Indo-European Language Association ].

In early July, in either the Northern or Southern Hemisphere, Scorpius climbs to its highest point in the sky at about 10 . local time (11 . local Daylight Saving Time). Because the stars return to the same place in the sky about one-half earlier with each passing week, look for the celestial Scorpion in mid-July to soar highest up around 9 . local time (10 . local Daylight Time), and by late July around 8 . local time (9 . local Daylight Time).


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