To mark this occasion, the-documents.org will host a livestreamed astronomical event. On May 23rd, the planet Saturn appears to be stationary among the surrounding celestial bodies in the night sky . An attempt to capture this planetary standstill will be livestreamed on the-documents.org between 03:30 and 7:30 AM (CET).
To this means, a telescope will be set up near a forest edge  with – hopefully  – a clear view of the south-southeast morning sky. Afterwards the resulting document will remain accessible along with a diverse and continually growing collection of other documents.
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 The standstill is de facto inexistant. It’s the moment when Saturn’s apparent prograde motion turns to a retrograde motion. Since Earth completes its orbit in a shorter period of time than the planets outside its orbit, it periodically overtakes them, like a faster car on a multi-lane highway. When this occurs, the planet being passed will first appear to stop its eastward drift, and then drift back toward the west.
 This will be the third instalment of De Cleene De Cleene’s Public Observatory.
 In astrology, Saturn’s retrograde movement is generally a time of karmic rebalancing. Previous bad behavior could be punished. But hard work and responsibility could also be rewarded.