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Axial precession is what wobbles our Earth [Video]
posted August 25 2011 8:32.19 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Axial precession is the reason the Earth's axis has a long-term but quite dramatic "wobble", as explained here by Roger Bowley and Mike Merrifield in this amazing video from Sixty Symbols



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