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Your HORROR - Scope for the week of: April 12th, 2015

Good day fellow stargazers.

Welcome back to another untimely edition of Your HORROR – Scope.

This week’s rendition includes, Her Majesty,  The Queen of England, and Sir Paul McCartney, so perhaps you’d better stand and bow for this week’s readings. 715 more words


Your HORROR - Scope for the week of: April 5th, 2015

Hi, friends of the solar system.

Here is your exclusive report for this week.

Our predictions range from scabbards to salmonella to sphincters.

One of them may apply to you. 671 more words


Your HORROR - Scope for the week of: March 15th, 2015

Welcome to the only free, horrorscopic prediction service in existence (on this planet).

To our weekly listeners we say, thanks again for tuning in.

Yes we, know, we ended the last sentence with a preposition. 846 more words


Sun’s close encounter with Scholz’s Star (University of Rochester Press Release)

A group of astronomers from the US, Europe, Chile and South Africa have determined that 70,000 years ago a recently discovered dim star is likely to have passed through the Solar System’s distant cloud of comets, the Oort Cloud. 1,074 more words


UK Singles Chart Journey Through the Solar System

So I decided to look for song titles featuring the planets of our solar system that have charted in the UK singles chart on polyhex.com and watch the videos on YouTube, because, well, why the heck not? 1,920 more words


This Just In: Some People Still Don't Know What The Moon Is

by Cake & Poison

In today’s wide world of educational opportunities and super-cheap college tuition, you’d THINK that people would know the difference between a planet and a star! 312 more words

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Science Sweet-Tooth: Keeping Up With The Exoplanets

by Cake & Poison

Remember yesterday when we regaled you with fantastic news of the ESO’s Paranal Observatory in northern Chile, and how scientists were… 193 more words