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  • Daily Astrology
    • Aries Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      No matter what kind of curve ball the day throws you, you have the power to catch it -- as long as you don`t duck out of the way, that is. Although this isn`t the scenario that you hoped it would be, it`s still manageable. Try to keep in mind that the circumstances that make you tense are best handled calmly, Aries. Isolate the necessary problem, and approach it as though it were fun. The delicate balance of acceptance and denial that the Moon provides gets you through this challenging time.

      Taurus Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      Don`t underestimate a good night`s rest. Thanks to plenty of sleep mixed with some pleasant dreams, Taurus wakes up in a fantastic mood and stays that way for the whole day. Feel free to accept any and all donations that are made in good faith. Your special magic rubs off easily, so expect friends, coworkers and relatives alike to be willing to pitch in with the work that needs to be done. Strangers meet by chance and part as friends.

      Gemini Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      Just because you raise your hand or say `excuse me` doesn`t mean that you`ll be recognized. The table is still piled with important issues, and you might just have to stay near the bottom until your name or number is called. Although this kind of neglect is a bit disappointing, it may actually be a blessing in disguise, Gemini -- your thoughts could be much clearer than they are now, so use the downtime you have on your hands to sort through them.

      Cancer Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      There is no time to hesitate. Luckily, the moment a problem arises, you instinctively know the correct thing to do. You`re one of the few people that can assume your divine right without offending anyone. Most people are genuinely happy to do what you ask because they know you are on their level. As the Moon moves through its current Sign, parents remember why they love their difficult job and lovers are reminded of why they fell in love in the first place.

      Leo Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      It`s time to rethink some of your social patterns, Leo. It might be a difficult transition to make, but it`s important for you try to move at a slower pace and speak in gentler tones. Let your sensory stimuli sink in for a while instead of automatically responding to them. You can`t really afford to alienate the people who are supposed to be helping you right now. Treat them the way you would like to be treated.

      Virgo Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      Associates and clients are much more interested in cooperating after you feed them. It`s important to take care of their basic wants and needs before you ask for any favors, Virgo. When meeting new people, keep in mind that a shared dislike can be the basis for a friendship just as much as liking the same things can. However, as soon as the time is right, perhaps you should try to shift to a positive focus so that you`ll always have something good to talk about.

      Libra Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      When it comes to your social life, beggars can`t be choosers. Your date or mate for the day may be imperfect, but companionship is far better than being alone right now. No matter who you find yourself spending time with, try to limit your promises to those that can be kept within the next few hours. Despite this inauspicious beginning, the evening hours should be better. Keep plans to a minimum in case something more exciting comes up. Attending a family gathering might not be as bad as you think.

      Scorpio Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      Yes, you`re trying hard to impress the powers that be, but it`s for a very good reason. You obviously want to make a difference today, which means making a lot of noise. Don`t worry -- no one is going to complain once you prove that you have a right to the claims that you`re shouting out. The worst thing you can do right now is seal yourself in a vacuum. Let the prevailing circumstances be part of the events that take shape.

      Sagittarius Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      It`s hard not to feel out of place when you`ve been so obviously stuck in the wrong group. No matter how hard you try to get along with everyone else, outlook, taste and style are flash points that keep on sparking. If you can`t reach a compromise, some outside force will have to step in and change this setup. This is the time to figure out what is and isn`t important to you, Sagittarius. There`s no use fighting for something that doesn`t really even matter.

      Capricorn Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      Take a good hard look at the issues being presented today. Deep down you know that talking your way out of a problem doesn`t necessarily solve it. Each time you pass the buck, it only comes back with a lot of unnecessary interest for you to pay. You`re in the same situation as some of your astrological neighbors, but at least you have some better options. Take the opportunity to exercise them now. You know how to benefit from this circumstance.

      Aquarius Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      Are there really enough hours in the day to accomplish all that you`ve set out to do? You live a fast life with many demands on your time and attention. As exciting as it is, all of this activity can begin to wear you down if you don`t take proper care of yourself. Be aware that small problems make big ripples at this speed. Slow down when you see trouble ahead. Of course, if all is running smoothly, why change a thing?

      Pisces Horoscope for Monday, June 18, 2018

      Are there really enough hours in the day to accomplish all that you`ve set out to do? You There`s no reason to be overly dramatic when you lack an audience. Stop complaining and do what should have been done ages ago. If your body is giving you warning signs that something might be wrong, get yourself to a doctor immediately. Health issues are to be taken very seriously, Pisces. Don`t worry -- in a few more days you`ll be able to enjoy yourself without all of this serious business hanging over your head.

Astrologers List

Shiva Durga Astrology Center in Surrey, BC

Name: Master Krishna Raju
Place: Hayward [Hayward]

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Astrology By Devi in Gainesville, VA

Name: Sharan
Place: 14812 Links Pond Cir [Gainesville]

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Shri Sadashiva Spiritual Reader And Astrologer in

Name: Gowri Ganesh
Place: Richmond Hill [Queens]

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Amazing Psychic in Melville, NY

Name: Jugyevans
Place: 817 Walt Whitman Rd [Melville]

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Articles List

Astrophysicists To Create Magnetic Force Field To Shield Us From Solar Flares

by Wochit 31 December 1969

When FDR said, “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself,” he must not have been aware of solar flares: those tremendous ejections of energy th

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Your Smartphone And The Solar Eclipse

by Editor 31 December 1969

In late August, the first total solar eclipse in almost one hundred years is going to be visible in 12 US states. Techradar.com recently released an article dis

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600M Years From Now, Earth Will See Last Solar Eclipse

by Editor 31 December 1969

On August 21, viewers across the continental United States will be treated to a rare display of a total solar eclipse. Those in the specific path, ranging from

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We've Almost Used Up Earth's Resources For This Year Already

by Editor 31 December 1969

Every year our amazing planet Earth is able to regenerate a huge amount of environmental resources used up by humans, including water, soil, and clean air. But

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Earth is Remarkably Safe from Cosmic Catastrophe

by Editor 31 December 1969

Researchers have recently conducted a study that suggest a cosmic catastrophe would have to be extremely bad for it to destroy life on Earth. Joshua Winn, a Pri

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NASA Interns

by Editor 31 December 1969

In Greenbelt, Maryland hundreds of interns work for NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. There the students are allowed to work in different ares of mathematics, t

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NASA May Save The Planet With Its Asteroid-Smashing Spacecraft

by Editor 31 December 1969

NASA is developing a spacecraft to pummel asteroids and knock them off a course for Earth. Following official approval from the National Aeronautics and Space A

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Public Invited To Celebrate 100 Years Of Aerospace Breakthroughs With NASA

by Editor 31 December 1969

To mark the 100th anniversary of NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, the agency is inviting the public to three days of discussion and storytel

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NASA Coming Up With Plan To Probe Uranus

by Editor 31 December 1969

A department of NASA has filed an exhaustive report laying out the case for developing and ultimately launching missions to study our solar systems two ice gian

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NASA Prepares for Aug. 21 Total Solar Eclipse

by Editor 31 December 1969

For the first time in almost a century, a total solar eclipse will occur across the entire continental US, and NASA is preparing to share this experience of a l

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Kepler Space Telescope Identifies 10 More Earth-Like Planets

by Editor 31 December 1969

Yesterday, research teams at NASA working with the Kepler Space Telescope, announced that they've identified 219 possible new planets, ten of which, they suspec

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NASA's Mars Orbiter Spots Hole In Surface

by Editor 31 December 1969

NASA spotted a hole in the surface of Mars recently.Captured by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the deep and circular formation on the Red Planet apparently pe

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Scientist Find The Most Hot and Hostile Exoplanet So Far

by Editor 31 December 1969

While the search continues for hospitable, Earth-like planets around other stars, one team has just found what may be the most hostile world so far discovered.

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Just When You Thought Jupiter Couldn't Get Any Weirder

by Editor 31 December 1969

A largely unexplored region until now, it appears monstrous cyclones are churning over Jupiter's poles.The AP reports NASA's Juno spacecraft spotted the chaotic

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First Results From The Juno Mission Begin Unravelling Jupiter's Mysteries

by Editor 31 December 1969

Beneath its heavy cloud cover, Jupiter has been able to keep its secrets from astronomers. Now, first results from NASA's Juno mission are challenging researche

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Gravitational Waves Might Leave Permanent Tears In Space-Time

by Editor 31 December 1969

Since their first confirmed observation last year, gravitational waves have been shaking up the world of astrophysics. This time, scientists have suggested that

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Cassini's Anti-Climatic Saturn Dive

by Editor 31 December 1969

Enlarge Image The Cassini spacecraft isn't going quietly into that good night. The mission's final days involve the probe taking 22 daring dives between Saturn

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Cassini Probe Shoots Through Saturn's Rings?

by Editor 31 December 1969

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has successfully executed its daring dive through the 1,500-mile-wide gap between Saturn and its rings.

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Huge Asteroid Too Close For Comfort

by Editor 31 December 1969

Call it a close shave of a celestial sort. On April 19, an asteroid will speed safely by Earth at a distance of 1.1 million miles — or less than five time

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Cassini Spacecraft Finds Microbial Food On Enceladus

by Editor 31 December 1969

Data from the Cassini spacecraft shows that vaporous plumes shooting out of a moon’s southern pole contains molecular hydrogen.The moon Enceladus is an ic

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Researchers Discover Giant Cold Spot On Jupiter

by Editor 31 December 1969

Researchers have discovered a second giant spot on the surface of Jupiter, a dark mark on the planet twice the size of Earth. This cool spot sits in Jupiter's n

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Hubble's Fetching Auroras On Uranus

by Editor 31 December 1969

Enlarge Image NASA has spacecraft in residence at Jupiter and Saturn, so Uranus may be feeling a little neglected. Don't worry, Uranus, the Hubble Space Telesco

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Hellish Atmosphere On Exoplanet Gives Hope Of Alien Life

by Editor 31 December 1969

An atmosphere is necessary to keep life from receiving a lethal dose of radiation from the sun. For the first time, astronomers have spotted just such a life-pr

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NASA Releases New Close Up Portraits Of Jupiter

by Editor 31 December 1969

The Hubble Space Telescope has taken new close-up portraits of our solar system's largest planet.The shots of Jupiter capture swirling clouds tethered in elabor

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An Asteroid Twice as Close as Most Satellites Flys By Earth

by Editor 31 December 1969

An asteroid the size of a car made one of the closest passes to Earth ever seen, before rambling on back into space Tuesday. Asteroid 2017 GM was discovered lat

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This Weekend Was Full Of Solar Flares And Buzzing Asteroids

by Editor 31 December 1969

The sun didn't get the memo about April Fools' Day, because the eruptions it hurled into space starting April 1 were no joke. The flares were followed soon afte

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Asteroid Discovered Traveling Opposite Way In Jupiter's Orbit

by Editor 31 December 1969

According to scientists from Canada and the United States, an asteroid has been observed in Jupiter's orbit which has been traveling against celestial traffic.

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The Fight Over Pluto Is About More Than A Simple Definition

by Editor 31 December 1969

NASA's New Horizons mission to Pluto was a success just in time for the international establishment to demote to a dwarf planet. According to CNEt, The new Hori

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NASA Scientists Investigate Pluto's Hazy Atmosphere

by Editor 31 December 1969

Researchers investigating Pluto think they have determined how the dwarf planet gets it's red spots.According to scientists with NASA's New Horizons mission, th

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New planetary system named after beer

by Editor 31 December 1969

The researchers also nicknamed each exoplanet in the newly discovered Trappist system after monastic Trappist beers like Rochefort, Orval and Westvleteren, some

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NASA Names Next Jupiter Mission Europa Clipper

by Editor 31 December 1969

The Europa Clipper spacecraft is the formal name of NASA's scheduled mission to orbit and observe Jupiter's moon Europa.The mission will tour the moon from orbi

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Saturn's tiny moon Pan looks like a ravioli - CNET

by Editor 31 December 1969

Saturn's moon Pan is very small with a diameter of just 17 miles across. A set of new NASA Cassini mission photos highlights that Pan resembles nothing more tha

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Juno Captures Image Of A Stormy Jupiter Atmosphere

by Editor 31 December 1969

After launching back in 2011, NASA's Juno spacecraft arrived at it's destination last June.Set on a course for Jupiter, the craft took years to reach the gas gi

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Guide to Tonight's Comet, Eclipse and Full Moon

by Editor 31 December 1969

Tonight the night sky will provide a spectacle you won't want to miss. In a rare convergence of elements, a penumbral lunar eclipse, a full "snow moon" and a co

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A Map Of Supernovas

by Editor 31 December 1969

Throughout history humans have observed stars turning supernova. There was an instance in AD 185 recorded in Chinese records, and an astronomer Tyco Brahe witne

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Oxygen Emerged Into Earth's Atmosphere Earlier Than Predicted

by wochit 31 December 1969

New dating suggests that the breathable air of oxygen may have emerged onto Earth, 100 million years earlier than previously thought. Previous studies have show

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Swirling Spirals On Mars' North Pole

by wochit 31 December 1969

Enlarge Image Sometimes old photos can provide new information. That's the case with a series of 32 images taken between 2004 and 2010 by the European Space Age

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Ancient Meteor Shows Volcanic Activity Existed On Mars For Billions Of Years

by wochit 31 December 1969

An enduring source of magma on Mars fueled volcanic eruptions for billions of years, clues inside a rock flung from the Red Planet reveal. The newfound rock bel

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How Earth's Oxygen Can Be Found On The Moon.

by wochit 31 December 1969

A Japanese moon-orbiting spacecraft call Kaguya discovered that for a few days out of each month, oxygen atoms from Earth Earth are on the on the surface of the

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Have Scientists Found More Dark Matter?

by wochit 31 December 1969

NASA has reveal that new X-rays taken at the Chandra X-ray Observatory show more proof that dark matter does in fact exist in the cosmos. Nico Cappelluti of Yal

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We Live In The Debris Field Of An Ancient Asteroid Collision

by wochit 31 December 1969

Enlarge Image Long, long ago when trilobites were one of the dominant forms of life on Earth and dinosaurs were yet to appear on the scene, there was a huge col

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Saturn's Tethys Looks Like A Giant Eyeball

by wochit 31 December 1969

NASA's Cassini spacecraft took a peek at Saturn's moon Tethys and it looks like Tethys is capable of staring right back. A NASA image released on Monday highlig

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Scientists Found Planet That Could Support Life

by wochit 31 December 1969

Scientist have found another earth like planet that is 14 light years away. It revolves around a star named Wolf 1061. The planet is a so-called super-Earth, be

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Singapore's New Nano-Satellite Doubles Orbital Time

by wochit 31 December 1969

Enlarge Image Singapore's Nanyang Technological University has successfully launched a satellite from the International Space Station (ISS) for the first time.

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Mars Curiosity Finds Mud Cracks, Showing Signs of Wet Past

by Editor 31 December 1969

On Tuesday, NASA's Curiosity rover released images that resemble dried mud that we see here on Earth after long rains, prompting an investigation to finding mor

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Japanese Orbiter Makes Strange Find on Venus

by wochit 31 December 1969

The Japanese Akatsuki orbiter has reportedly captured a strange atmospheric phenomenon: a gravity wave in the planet Venus' upper cloud layer. The wave imaged b

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New Research Offers Alternative For How Super-Massive Black Holes Are Formed

by wochit 31 December 1969

On its way to collapsing directly into a black hole, primordial gas pools in areas of higher gravity in this supercomputer simulation of the newborn universe.

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The Moon Is Still Old

by wochit 31 December 1969

The moon formed at least 4.51 billion years ago, no more than 60 million years after the formation of the solar system, researchers report online January 11 in

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Asteroid Narrowly Misses Earth, Detected On Saturday

by wochit 31 December 1969

An asteroid the size of the bolide that blew out windows across a Russian city when it collided with the atmosphere in 2013 gave Earth a particularly close pass

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Scientists Suggest Mini-Moon Amalgamation Theory

by wochit 31 December 1969

The moon is made of moons, new simulations suggest. Instead of a single colossal collision forming Earth’s cosmic companion, researchers propose that a series

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Astrophysicist Finds Rare Circular Galaxy

by wochit 31 December 1969

An astrophysicist from the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences has discovered a unique galaxy in the observable universe.In existence 359 million light-ye

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Should You Choose A Tattoo Based On Your Astrological Sign?

by wochit 31 December 1969

Getting a tattoo is a pretty huge commitment and choosing the right one can feel overwhelming. If you're someon who lets astrology guide you, there are some tat

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Cassini Probe Approaches 'Grand Finale'

by wochit 31 December 1969

I still remember when my mom and I drove over to a friend’s house to watch part of the Cassini-Huygens probe land on Titan. And now, Cassini, an orbiter that

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Jupiter in Libra Might Mess Up Marriage

by wochit 31 December 1969

Jupiter, the planet of risk, evolution and growth — embarked on a thirteen-month tour through Libra, the sign that governs matrimonial unions. Jupiter's annua

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Why the Deadline for Colonizing Mars is on the Horizon

by wochit 31 December 1969

After decades of space exploration, why exactly does Mars continue to inspire? Both the red planet and NASA are coasting on a wave of newfound popularity, takin

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A Planet Lurks Around The Star Next Door

by wochit 31 December 1969

HEY NEIGHBOR Proxima b, depicted with its star in this illustration, is at least 1.3 times as massive as Earth — but that is just a minimum estimate. Worlds i

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The Luckiest Colors For June

by wochit 31 December 1969

Do you read your horoscope? If so, you may want to research your lucky color for June. Fashion horoscope advisers predict good things for those who wear their

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