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    Astronomy pronunciation guide

    Not sure where to put this but it would be so helpful to me if Astronomy had a pronunciation guide for the constellations. We are studying Latin, but even so it would be helpful to have a guide to double check the pronunciation, especially since some of the words are of Greek origin.

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    Re: Astronomy pronunciation guide

    Originally posted by KariE View Post
    Not sure where to put this but it would be so helpful to me if Astronomy had a pronunciation guide for the constellations. We are studying Latin, but even so it would be helpful to have a guide to double check the pronunciation, especially since some of the words are of Greek origin.
    A quick Google search shows me this, which informs me I've been mispronouncing Uranus wrong for about a million years.
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      Re: Astronomy pronunciation guide

      Hello.

      The Pronunciation Guide is on p. 164 of the Book of Astronomy.

      Tanya

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