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Astrometeorology (Greek: ἄστρον, astron, "constellation, star" + μετέωρος, metéōros, "high in the sky" + λογία, logia, "study"), also known as meteorological astrology (or astrological meteorology), is the study of the influence of the movements of extraterrestrial bodies, including stars and planets, on the climatic conditions and weather of the planet Earth.


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