Archivo mensual: junio 2018

URANO en TAURO para todos los signos…

Originalmente publicado en Astrología Arquetípica – Cristina Laird:
Una de las palabras que define a Urano para mi, es inconformismo, y como dice Dane Rudhyar: “a través”, esa fuerza que busca formas de atravesar los muros erguidos por…

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Rosetta spacecraft image archive complete

The European Space Agency (ESA) said on June 21, 2018, that the Rosetta spacecraft’s image archive is complete. Rosetta is the craft that blew our minds in 2014 by providing the first truly close-up views of a comet. And, behold, when seen close-up, comets really do look a bit like rubble piles, as astronomers have long suspected. But they also look like little worlds, complete with fractures, cliffs and massive rolling boulders. Now all high-resolution images and underpinning data from Rosetta’s pioneering mission at comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko are available in ESA’s archives, with the last release including the iconic images of finding lander Philae, and Rosetta’s final descent to the comet’s surface. Seguir leyendo

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The Summer Solstice With A Side Of Chiron

Don’t ignore it. Chiron in Aries is the Wounded Warrior, forging ahead in the face of doubt and weakness. You don’t have to be strong or successful – Chiron in Aries only asks that you confront what hurts. You can cry while you do this (Cancer can’t hold the feelings back). Maybe you end up feeling like a child again. Seguir leyendo

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LUNA NUEVA EN GÉMINIS – 13 DE JUNIO 2018

Originalmente publicado en Astrología Arquetípica – Cristina Laird:
Finalmente ya estamos en la víspera de la Luna Nueva en Géminis del año, cuando las dos luminarias se juntan a 22º 44′ de este signo en el último decanato…

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No Planet Nine? Collective gravity might explain weird orbits at solar system’s edge

Keyword here is Mystery. “Among the things that don’t make sense: Sedna. This minor planet takes more than 11,000 years to circumnavigate Earth’s sun and is a little smaller than Pluto … Sedna and other detached objects complete humongous, circle-shaped orbits that bring them nowhere close to big planets like Jupiter or Neptune. How they got out there on their own remains an ongoing mystery.” Seguir leyendo

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Let NASA take you on a virtual trip to exoplanets

Many of us dream about being able to go into space and visit different planets in our solar system or even venture to more distant worlds around other stars. Exoplanets would be particularly exciting, since we haven’t seen any of them close up yet, but what we do know so far shows that there is a wide variety of exotic destinations out there. But now there is a way to go to them, at least virtually. NASA announced on May 24, 2018, that it has launched the Exoplanet Travel Bureau, where you can virtually tour the galaxy from the comfort of your home. Seguir leyendo

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New Moon in Gemini: Sorting Through The Truths

Mercury (ruler of this New Moon) will have entered sensitive Cancer on June 12th and will form an exact square with Chiron (Wounded Healer) in Aries on June 13th. So we have hurtful/uncomfortable information that must be courageously (Aries) confronted. And yet, the square to Neptune can make it doubtful. What should you say? What’s true? Hard aspects to Pluto often trigger paranoia, so maybe it’s all in your head. But there will be a red flag that you cannot ignore.  Seguir leyendo

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