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+ Apollo 11 received a 1201 computer alarm while descending to the Moon. [McCranie]

+ The emirp year that starts the first emirp century. Note that deleting the prime digit 2 forms the prime year (101) that starts the first prime century. [Beedassy]

+ The smallest invertible prime on a calculator display that forms with its reversal a strobogrammatic palindromic prime of form "primemirp": 1201021. The next such prime is 102181 and which forms the strobogrammatic "primemirp" 10218181201. [Beedassy]

+ 1201^2 = 601+602+603...+1799+1800+1801. With 1201, 601, and 1801 each being prime. [Meller]

+ The first of 9 consecutive emirps. [Goins]

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