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    • Aries Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      You`re worrying about things that may never happen. Do your best to concentrate on the here and now rather than the hard-to-predict future. Fear of failure holds you back from endeavors that normally wouldn`t make you blink. Be brave and shift to a winner`s perspective. Once you have the first step behind you, the rest of the path won`t seem nearly so long. Lean on the one person you feel closest to for support if and when you need it.

      Taurus Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      The festivities are in full swing, and you are more than happy to find yourself acting as the Master of Ceremonies. Something or someone ensures that the theme of fun continues, although it`s far from mindless. At the moment, your life is about choosing between the good, the better and the best. It`s necessary to consider all of your options before you are able to choose the very best one. You can afford to be fair even if it means that somebody else wins this one.

      Gemini Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      It isn`t in your (or anyone else`s) best interests to leave all of the details until the last minute. When the Moon is in its current Sign, the only way to ensure the success of a social event is by planning ahead. Don`t let the familiar rhythm of a personal relationship blind you to your partner`s beauty -- sometimes just because we see someone every day doesn`t mean that they`re ordinary. Say whatever it is you have to say to each other in private, but it`s best to present a united front among strangers.

      Cancer Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      Your task is a simple one, but it is difficult just the same. It isn`t your imagination, Cancer -- you are spelling it out in big, bright letters, but some people still refuse to read the writing on the wall. Try to keep in mind that many little installments of dollars and cents add up to a tidy sum. Embrace those who are willing to grow with you and leave the rest of the pack behind. You don`t have time to stay back and hold anyone`s hand.

      Leo Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      Financial issues aren`t your favorite ones to deal with, but it`s gotten to the point where you can`t ignore them any longer. When the Moon is in its current Sign, it`s wise to consider your investments by their performance, not by the projections. Your usual wild impulses are resting up for the next big event, whenever that might be. Let others mind their own business for a while. You shouldn`t even consider doing anything else until you get your money matters straightened out.

      Virgo Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      You`ve finally reached your goal and it feels great. This time around, the size of your pile is just as important as what you`ve got stacked there. Impressed newcomers insist on talking shop at a social event, but you don`t really mind. You`re itching to get back to work, and this is the perfect time to make new contacts. Take advantage of every opportunity to exchange information with other people in your field. You never know when a new idea could be sparked.

      Libra Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      It`s important for you to think for yourself and make your own decisions. Just because someone dares you to do something isn`t a good enough reason to do it. Consider refusing an invitation to participate in an extreme experience. It may not be harmful, but if it leaves you fundamentally unchanged, what`s the point? You have better ways to spend your time. As the Moon gets ready to make its way out of its current Sign, it would serve you well to do some soul searching.

      Scorpio Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      It`s too late to make any last-minute adjustments at this point. You are so much a part of your work that it will be obvious to everyone if you edit your presentation now. Besides, if you really think about it, you`ll realize that you have nothing to hide. Circumstances dictate that strength of character takes you through adversity with flying colors. Stick with your original plan and take responsibility for both the aspects of it that work and the ones that don`t.

      Sagittarius Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      As the situation shifts and alters, self-examination is not for you. If you insist on going over your mistakes again and again, you run the risk of going deep enough to lose yourself. Use this time to work on accepting others at face value, and hope that they`ll treat you the same way. Your spark should return by the end of the day, but until then. you could use some extra rest.

      Capricorn Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      When you first read the script, you weren`t sure that you were right for the part, but aren`t you glad you signed on after all? Your small but pivotal role makes you the star of the show. Capricorns in leadership positions are remarkably effective right now as well. Your global view yields information that many others are missing. Print up colorful flyers or send out a mass email to get the word out. The more people you involve, the greater the potential to make a real difference.

      Aquarius Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      It doesn`t matter how sure of yourself you are today, Aquarius -- there`s someone out there who is more confident and more prepared. Dim your light if you want to see into the darkness. There`s a new game afoot -- maybe one that you hadn`t anticipated. Ready or not, you`re going to let it happen. Your heart is eager to lead the way, but your head is taking a more logical approach. Listen to what both sides have to say before making your final decision.

      Pisces Horoscope for Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      Another busy day is on your calendar. Something or someone is still hiding behind the scenes, working mysterious wonders. You find yourself presented with unexpected options and delightful surprises at every turn. When it comes to business, the matter is far from solved, but you can do better anyway. Just concentrate on going about your business and forget about what others expect from you for the time being. It will all work out without much of an effort from you.

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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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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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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

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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Researchers Discover Giant Cold Spot On Jupiter

by Editor 31 December 1969

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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

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NASA Names Next Jupiter Mission Europa Clipper

by Editor 31 December 1969

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

by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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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

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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

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

by wochit 31 December 1969

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Have Scientists Found More Dark Matter?

by wochit 31 December 1969

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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

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Scientists Found Planet That Could Support Life

by wochit 31 December 1969

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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

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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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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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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