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Our Universe (Posted on 2009-12-16) Difficulty: 3 of 5
The words in the table all have some astronomical significance.

Each may be slid up or down within the grid at will. By doing so you are to create a row which contains a phrase which is relevant to the subject.

How many such phrases can you discover?














P









H


U




M





Y

C

L

P

E


E


S


M

D

O

S

L

N


R


P


A

R

R

A

A

E


C

P

E


T

U

O

R

N

R

V

U

H

C

L

T

S

N


E

G

E

R

O

T

E

E


A


T

Y

N

Y

B

R

P

R




S


U


O

U

U







S


S

M

S


























All at Sea contained a distractor from the solution, no such thing exists here.

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re(3): a start -- hmmmm.... | Comment 10 of 11 |
(In reply to re(2): a start -- hmmmm.... by Dej Mar)

Actually, in my note, as "head" is not in the mention, was referring in the positive to the Dark Horse Nebula, in the constellation Ophiuchus rather than the Horsehead Nebula, in Orion, that I previously had complained about not finding in the puzzle. The former has the outline of a whole horse (rather stick-figurish), while the latter, only the head.
  Posted by Charlie on 2009-12-17 02:50:11

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