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Challenge #150: Have the Stars Aligned?!

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Spoiler
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Alteryx Partner

Yes we is.

 

Spoiler
Without knowing where it was going, I could not think of a way to test for error to allow iteration, so just changed the "m" variable.  Watched distance between max and min of x and y axes (I suppose I could have tested that and iterated).  Ultimately figured on 22 as 2019 - 1997.

Process
- Join on Star ID
- Manually iterated posx and posy with y=mx + b

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Asteroid

done

Alteryx
Alteryx

Certainly see things coming together!