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By the way, 50 km is about half a degree. Depending on the amount of rows in your table, it might be wise to filter for longitude between -122.5 and -121.5 and latitude between 36.5 and 37.5 first.
Also a simple transformation with 110 km/degree for latitude, and 110 * cos(latitude) for longitude, and then using simple pythagoras might speed up the query.
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