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Viewing Tips for Venus Transit June 5 2012

Now this is handy:

Space Weather News for June 5, 2012

TRANSIT OF VENUS: The historic 2012 Transit of Venus commences today, June 5th, at 3:09 pm Pacific Daylight Time (22:09 UT). 170 more words

Mundane Astrology

SpaceX Dragon to ISS as Nodal Dragon Turns

Now astrologers are accustomed to speaking of the Dragon’s Head and Dragon’s Tail to describe the Nodal axis of the Moon (Head = North Node, Tail = South Node) and in Western Astrology, we denote the NN to be ‘Jupiterian’ and associative, with the SN as ‘Saturnian’ and separative. 232 more words


May 5, 2012 Super Moon and Halley's Comet debris

May 5/6, 2012: A Celestial Heads-Up Weekend!

Space Weather News for May 3, 2012

Earth is entering a stream of debris from Halley’s Comet, source of the annual… 385 more words


A Lyrid Meteor weekend! April 21-22, 2012

It’s a cosmicĀ weekend everyone!

Space Weather News for April 21, 2012

LYRID METEOR SHOWER: The annual Lyrid meteor shower peaks this weekend on the night of April 21-22 when Earth passes through a stream of debris from ancient Comet Thatcher. 166 more words

Current Events

Pisces New Moon forms Solar Eclipse from Space!

Well, I knew about today’s New Moon in Pisces, of course, but how cosmic and cool is this?

Space Weather News for Feb. 21, 2012… 107 more words

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Russian Mars probe re-entry on Jan 15-16, 2012

Scan the Skies!

Y’all keep looking up on January 15 and 16, okay?

Space Weather News for Jan. 5, 2012

MARS PROBE PHOTOGRAPHED: Phobos-Grunt, a Russian Mars probe stuck in Earth orbit since November, is sinking back into the atmosphere. 160 more words


Aug 9 2011 Solar Flare, Tempers Flare, Bernanke speaks

Austerity cuts by the David Cameron government in the UK are part of youthful tempers stormily flaring in the streets, riots, and destruction and some astrologers (such as myself) relate the… 162 more words

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