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Jul 2, 2013

Mt. Fuji, Solar Halo and Circumhorizontal Arc

Information from Mr. Masatoshi Takeshita

It’s blessing in the sky.  This is the sky seen today at the 5th station on Mt. Fuji, which has been registered as a world heritage site.

Today, a rainbow-colored circumhorizontal arc has appeared just like celebrating registration of Mt. Fuji as a world heritage site.  The photo is taken around the 5th station of Mt. Fuji.

There has been a series of auspicious events.  This circumhorizontal arc is manifested by Tamako-chan (Sun) and the solar halo by her fiancé, male star.

Her fiancé appears to be a star in the Andromeda Galaxy.  It is considered in astronomy that the Andromeda galaxy and the Milky Way will collide and merge in about four billion years.  So this is an understandable phenomenon.  I don’t know how many millions of years in global time it will take for Tamako-chan, 16 years of age, to get married.  I have a vague idea of marriage after the lapse of 40 billion years.  Tamako-chan, Congratulations!

Masatoshi Takeshita
June 24, 2013

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