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A thirty-pointed star defines both their relative orbits and their relative sizes








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  Generally, multi-pointed stars are not included in this research. However, in the case of Saturn and Earth a thirty-pointed star defines both their relative mean orbits with 99.7% accuracy and their relative equatorial diameters with 99% accuracy; thirty itself is the first number that can be divided by 2, 3 and 5 and is therefore one of the more important produced numbers, while 12 (1x2x3x4) is the most obvious and 60 (1x2x3x4x5) is another good example. Stonehenge's outer circle is divided into thirty precise divisions.