November 20 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 20

Airglow Ripples over Tibet

Image Credit & Copyright: Jeff Dai

Explanation: Why would the sky look like a giant target? Airglow. Following a giant thunderstorm over Bangladesh in late April, giant circular ripples of glowing air appeared over TibetChina, as pictured here. The unusual pattern is created by atmospheric gravity waves, waves of alternating air pressure that can grow with height as the air thins, in this case about 90-kilometers up. Unlike auroras powered by collisions with energetic charged particles and seen at high latitudes, airglow is due to chemiluminescence, the production of light in a chemical reaction. More typically seen near the horizon, airglow keeps the night sky from ever being completely dark.

November 19 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 19

Artemis 1 Moonshot

Image Credit & CopyrightJohn Kraus

Explanation: When the Artemis 1 mission’s Orion spacecraft makes its November 21 powered flyby of the Moon, denizens of planet Earth will see the Moon in a waning crescent phase. The spacecraft will approach to within about 130 kilometers of the lunar surface on its way to a distant retrograde orbit some 70,000 kilometers beyond the Moon. But the Moon was at last quarter for the November 16 launch and near the horizon in the dark early hours after midnight. It’s captured here in skies over Kennedy Space Center along with the SLS rocket engines and solid rocket boosters lofting the uncrewed Orion to space. Ragged fringes appearing along the bright edge of the sunlit lunar nearside are caused as pressure waves generated by the rocket’s passage change the index of refraction along the camera’s line of sight.

November 17 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 17

Planet Earth from Orion

Image Credit: NASAArtemis 1

Explanation: A Space Launch System rocket left planet Earth on Wednesday, November 16 at 1:47am EST carrying the Orion spacecraft on the Artemis 1 mission, the first integrated test of NASA’s deep space exploration systems. Over an hour after liftoff from Kennedy Space Center’s historic Launch Complex 39B, one of Orion’s external video cameras captured this view of its new perspective from space. In the foreground are Orion’s Orbital Maneuvering System engine and auxillary engines, at the bottom of the European Service Module. Beyond one of the module’s 7-meter long extended solar array wings lies the spacecraft’s beautiful home world. The Artemis 1 mission will last almost four weeks, testing capabilities to enable human exploration of the Moon and Mars. The uncrewed Orion spacecraft is expected to fly by the Moon on November 21, performing a close approach to the lunar surface on its way to a retrograde orbit 70,000 kilometers beyond the Moon.

November 16 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 16

In the Arms of NGC 1097

Image Credit & CopyrightMike SelbyMark Hanson

Explanation: Spiral galaxy NGC 1097 shines in southern skies, about 45 million light-years away in the heated constellation Fornax. Its blue spiral arms are mottled with pinkish star forming regions in this colorful galaxy portrait. They seem to have wrapped around a small companion galaxy above and right of center, about 40,000 light-years from the spiral’s luminous core. That’s not NGC 1097’s only peculiar feature, though. This very deep exposure hints of faint, mysterious jets, seen to extend well beyond the bluish arms. In fact, four faint jets are ultimately recognized in optical images of NGC 1097. The jets trace an X centered on the galaxy’s nucleus, but probably don’t originate there. Instead, they could be fossil star streams, trails left over from the capture and disruption of a much smaller galaxy in the large spiral’s ancient past. A Seyfert galaxy, NGC 1097’s nucleus also harbors a supermassive black hole.

November 15 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 15

Wolf’s Cave Nebula

Image Credit & Copyright: Gianni Lacroce

Explanation: The mysterious blue reflection nebula found in catalogs as VdB 152 or Ced 201 really is very faint. It lies at the tip of the long dark nebula Barnard 175 in a dusty complex that has also been called Wolf’s Cave. At the center of this deep telescopic view, the cosmic apparitions are nearly 1,400 light-years away along the northern Milky Way in the royal constellation Cepheus. Interstellar dust in the region blocks light from background stars and scatters light from the embedded bright star, giving the end nebula its characteristic blue color. Though stars do form in molecular clouds, this star seems to have only accidentally wandered into the area, as its measured velocity through space is very different from the cloud’s velocity. At the image bottom is the planetary nebula Dengel-Hartl 5, while red glowing gas from an ancient supernova remnant is also visible along the image’s right side.

November 14 Today in History

Today’s Important Historical Events

1680 Gottfried Kirch discovers the Great Comet of 1680 (Kirch’s Comet/Newton’s Comet)

1896 Power plant at Niagara Falls begins operation

1908 Albert Einstein presents his quantum theory of light

1920 The Russian Bolshevik army occupies Sebastopol, ending anti-communist attempts to regain the government of Russia

Today’s Historical Events

1524 Francisco Pizarro begins his 1st great expedition, near Colombia

1550 Pope Julius III proclaims new seat on Council of Trente

1666 Samuel Pepys reports on 1st blood transfusion (between dogs)

1675 Pope Clemens X declares Gorcumse martyrs divine

1680 Gottfried Kirch discovers the Great Comet of 1680 (Kirch’s Comet/Newton’s Comet)

1698 Spanish king Carlos appoints grandson prince Jozef Ferdinand as heir

1732 First professional librarian in north America, Louis Timothee, hired in Philadelphia

Today’s Historical Events in Film and TV

1957 Dick Hutton beats Lou Thesz in Toronto, to become NWA wrestling champion

1965 KCST TV channel 39 in San Diego, CA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1968 U.S. premiere of film version of Morris L. West’s best seller “The Shoes of the Fisherman”

1976 “Network”, directed by Sidney Lumet, starring Faye Dunaway, Peter Finch and William Holden, premieres in Los Angeles and New York City (Finch – Academy Awards Best Actor 1977)

1980 Kimberley Santos, 19 of Guam, crowned 30th Miss World

1985 Holmfriour Karlsdottir of Iceland, 22, crowned 35th Miss World

Today’s Historical Events in Music

1908 Oscar Strauss’ musical “Der tapfere Soldat” premieres in Vienna

1952 First regular UK singles chart published by the New Musical Express

1959 “Girls against the Boys” closes at Alvin Theater NYC after 16 performances

1960 Ray Charles‘ single “Georgia On My Mind” reaches #1

1964 “Fade Out-Fade In” closes at Mark Hellinger NYC after 199 performances

1964 “Folies Bergere” closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 191 performances

1964 “Oliver!” closes at Imperial Theater NYC after 774 performances

1965 “Baker Street” closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 313 performances

Today’s Historical Events in Sports

1888 St Andrews Golf Club, Yonkers NY, opens with just 6 holes

1936 More than 21,000 watch Don Bradman score 192 for South Australia v Victoria in a drawn Sheffield Shield match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground

1943 Chic Bear Sid Luckman passes for 7 touchdowns vs NY Giants (56-7)

1957 Milwaukee Brave Hank Aaron wins NL MVP

1964 Detroit Red Wings Gordie Howe sets NHL record 627th career goal

1966 Muhammad Ali TKOs Cleveland Williams in 3 for heavyweight title

1973 Canada begins production of Olympic coins

1973 Jim Palmer is named AL Cy Young winner

November 13 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 13

Flying Saucer Crash Lands in Utah Desert

Image Credit: USAF 388th Range Sqd., Genesis MissionNASA

Explanation: A flying saucer from outer space crash-landed in the Utah desert after being tracked by radar and chased by helicopters. The year was 2004, and no space aliens were involved. The saucer, pictured here, was the Genesis sample return capsule, part of a human-made robot Genesis spaceship launched in 2001 by NASA itself to study the Sun. The unexpectedly hard landing at over 300 kilometers per hour occurred because the parachutes did not open as planned. The Genesis mission had been orbiting the Sun collecting solar wind particles that are usually deflected away by Earth’s magnetic field. Despite the crash landing, many return samples remained in good enough condition to analyze. So far, Genesis-related discoveries include new details about the composition of the Sun and how the abundance of some types of elements differ across the Solar System. These results have provided intriguing clues into details of how the Sun and planets formed billions of years

November 11 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 11

Blood Moon, Ice Giant

Image Credit & CopyrightRyan Han

Explanation: On November 8 the Full Moon turned blood red as it slid through Earth’s shadow in a beautiful total lunar eclipse. During totality it also passed in front of, or occulted, outer planet Uranus for eclipse viewers located in parts of northern America and Asia. For a close-up and wider view these two images were taken just before the occultation began, captured with different telescopes and cameras from the same roof top in Shanghai, China. Normally very faint compared to a Full Moon, the tiny, pale, greenish disk of the distant ice giant is just to the left of the Moon’s edge and about to disappear behind the darkened, red lunar limb. Though only visible from certain locations across planet Earth, lunar occultations of planets are fairly common. But for this rare “lunar eclipse occultation” to take place, at the time of the total eclipse the outer planet had to be both at opposition and very near the ecliptic plane to fall in line with Sun, Earth, and Moon.

 

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November 7 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 7

A Total Lunar Eclipse Over Tajikistan

Video Credit & Copyright: Jean-Luc Dauvergne (Ciel et Espace); Music: Valère Leroy & Sophie Huet (Space-Music)

Explanation: If the full Moon suddenly faded, what would you see? The answer was recorded in a dramatic time lapse video taken during the total lunar eclipse in 2011 from Tajikistan. During a total lunar eclipse, the Earth moves between the Moon and the Sun, causing the moon to fade dramatically. The Moon never gets completely dark, though, since the Earth’s atmosphere refracts some light. As the featured video begins, the scene may appear to be daytime and sunlit, but actually it is a nighttime and lit by the glow of the full Moon. As the Moon becomes eclipsed and fades, background stars become visible and here can be seen reflected in a lake. Most spectacularly, the sky surrounding the eclipsed moon suddenly appears to be full of stars and highlighted by the busy plane of our Milky Way Galaxy. The sequence repeats with a closer view, and the final image shows the placement of the eclipsed Moon near the EagleSwanTrifid, and Lagoon nebulas. Nearly two hours after the eclipse started, the moon emerged from the Earth’s shadow and its bright full glare again dominated the sky. Later today or tomorrow, depending on your location relative to the International Date Line, a new total lunar eclipse will take place — with totality being primarily visible over northeastern Asia and northwestern North America.

 

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November 5 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 5

Lunar Eclipse at the South Pole

Image Credit & CopyrightAman Chokshi

Explanation: Last May 16 the Moon slid through Earth’s shadow, completely immersed in the planet’s dark umbra for about 1 hour and 25 minutes during a total lunar eclipse. In this composited timelapse view, the partial and total phases of the eclipse were captured as the Moon tracked above the horizon from Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. There it shared a cold and starry south polar night with a surging display of the aurora australis and central Milky Way. In the foreground are the BICEP (right) and South Pole telescopes at the southernmost station’s Dark Sector Laboratory. But while polar skies can be spectacular, you won’t want to go to the South Pole to view the total lunar eclipse coming up on November 8. Instead, that eclipse can be seen from locations in Asia, Australia, the Pacific, the Americas and Northern Europe. It will be your last chance to watch a total lunar eclipse until 2025.

November 4 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 4

InSight’s Final Selfie

Image Credit: NASAJPL-CaltechMars InSight

Explanation: The Mars InSight lander returned its first image from the Red Planet’s flat, equatorial Elysium Planitia after a successful touchdown on November 26, 2018. The history making mission to explore the martian Interior using Seismic investigations, geodesy, and heat transport has been operating for over 1,400 martian days or sols. In that time the InSight mission has detected more than 1,300 marsquakes and recorded data from Mars-shaking meteoroid impacts, observing how the seismic waves travel to provide a glimpse inside Mars. Analyzing the archive of data collected is expected to yield discoveries for decades. But InSight’s final operational sol is likely not far off. The reason is evident in this selfie recorded earlier this year showing its deck and large, 2-meter-wide solar panels covered with dust. Kicked up by martian winds the dust continues to accumulate and drastically reduce the power that can be generated by InSight’s solar panels.

November 3 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 3

The Triangulum Galaxy, otherwise known as Messier 33, lies almost 3 million light-years from Earth, and is a near neighbor of the Andromeda Galaxy. The galaxy is imaged here by the Nicholas U. Mayall 4-meter Telescope, located at Kitt Peak National Observatory (KPNO), a Program of NSF’s NOIRLab.  The Triangulum Galaxy is the third-largest member of the Local Group, a cluster of galaxies that includes our Milky Way and its closest neighbors. The Andromeda Galaxy is the largest member. The Triangulum Galaxy and Andromeda Galaxy have history together, but astronomers are still investigating the details. Their close proximity has caused some researchers to suggest that Triangulum is a satellite of the Andromeda Galaxy, not unlike the way the Moon is a satellite of the Earth — just on a much, much bigger scale. Alternatively, some researchers propose that these two galaxies may be independent and have simply brushed past each other, as evidenced by streams of stars and neutral hydrogen gas linking the two galaxies. However they have interacted, it’s probable that they will dramatically collide in 2.5 billion years, resulting in their consolidation and eventual evolution into a lenticular galaxy.

M33: The Triangulum Galaxy

Image Credit & CopyrightProcessing – Robert Gendler
Data – Hubble Legacy ArchiveKPNONOIRLabNSFAuraAmateur Sources

Explanation: The small, northern constellation Triangulum harbors this magnificent face-on spiral galaxy, M33. Its popular names include the Pinwheel Galaxy or just the Triangulum Galaxy. M33 is over 50,000 light-years in diameter, third largest in the Local Group of galaxies after the Andromeda Galaxy (M31), and our own Milky Way. About 3 million light-years from the Milky Way, M33 is itself thought to be a satellite of the Andromeda Galaxy and astronomers in these two galaxies would likely have spectacular views of each other’s grand spiral star systems. As for the view from the Milky Way, this sharp image combines data from telescopes on and around planet Earth to show off M33’s blue star clusters and pinkish star forming regions along the galaxy’s loosely wound spiral arms. In fact, the cavernous NGC 604 is the brightest star forming region, seen here at about the 1 o’clock position from the galaxy center. Like M31, M33’s population of well-measured variable stars have helped make this nearby spiral a cosmic yardstick for establishing the distance scale of the Universe.

List of the Astronomy Picture of the Day for October 2022

 Atronomy Picture of the Day from apod.nasa.gov Scroll down and click on the hyperlink for the day you want to see the picture for the date you want to see or here for all of 2022 pictures to date.

2022 October 31: LDN 43: The Cosmic Bat Nebula
2022 October 30: Night on a Spooky Planet
2022 October 29: LDN 673: Dark Clouds in Aquila
2022 October 28: Seven Years of Halley Dust
2022 October 27: Sunset, Moonset, Taj Mahal
2022 October 26: Cocoon Nebula Wide Field
2022 October 25: Jupiter Rotates as Moons Orbit
2022 October 24: Clouds Around Galaxy Andromeda
2022 October 23: Milky Way and Zodiacal Light over Australian Pinnacles
2022 October 22: NGC 1499: The California Nebula
2022 October 21: Andromeda in Southern Skies
2022 October 20: Pillars of Creation
2022 October 19: A Galaxy Beyond Stars, Gas, Dust
2022 October 18: Milky Way Auroral Flower
2022 October 17: X-Ray Rings Around a Gamma Ray Burst
2022 October 16: Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1300
2022 October 15: GRB 221009A
2022 October 14: The Falcon and the Hunter’s Moon
2022 October 13: Dust Shells around WR 140 from Webb
2022 October 12: Ou4: The Giant Squid Nebula
2022 October 11: Stars, Dust, Pillars, and Jets in the Pelican Nebula
2022 October 10: A Double Lunar Analemma over Turkey
2022 October 09: Auroras over Northern Canada
2022 October 08: Two Comets in Southern Skies
2022 October 07: In Ganymede’s Shadow
2022 October 06: NGC 4631: The Whale Galaxy
2022 October 05: Expanding Plume from DARTs Impact
2022 October 04: Star Forming Eagle Nebula without Stars
2022 October 03: Jupiter’s Europa from Spacecraft Juno
2022 October 02: Supernova Cannon Expels Pulsar J0002
2022 October 01: Lunation Matrix

 

November 1 Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2022 November 1

This image, taken by astronomers using the US Department of Energy-fabricated Dark Energy Camera on the Víctor M. Blanco 4-meter Telescope at Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, a Program of NSF’s NOIRLab, captures the star-forming nebula NGC 6357, which is located 8000 light-years away in the direction of the constellation Scorpius. This image reveals bright, young stars surrounded by billowing clouds of dust and gas inside NGC 6357, which is also known as the Lobster Nebula.

NGC 6357: The Lobster Nebula

Image Credit: CTIO/NOIRLab/DOE/NSF/AURA; Processing: T. A. Rector (U. Alaska Anchorage/NSF’s NOIRLab), J. Miller (Gemini Obs./NSF’s NOIRLab), M. Zamani & D. de Martin (NSF’s NOIRLab)

Explanation: Why is the Lobster Nebula forming some of the most massive stars known? No one is yet sure. Cataloged as NGC 6357, the Lobster Nebula houses the open star cluster Pismis 24 near its center — a home to unusually bright and massive stars. The overall red glow near the inner star forming region results from the emission of ionized hydrogen gas. The surrounding nebula, featured here, holds a complex tapestry of gas, dark dust, stars still forming, and newly born stars. The intricate patterns are caused by complex interactions between interstellar windsradiation pressuresmagnetic fields, and gravity. The image was taken with DOE‘s Dark Energy Camera on the 4-meter Blanco Telescope at the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in Chile. NGC 6357 spans about 400 light years and lies about 8,000 light years away toward the constellation of the Scorpion.

October 30,2022 Daily Horoscopes

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ARIES

Someone will enter your life. However, beware of disagreements. You are fighting a very balanced battle with your opponent. You are very eager to be the best now and earn the well-deserved applause. Perseverance is the alpha and omega of this day.

Love: It’s time to dedicate yourself to your half. Have a beautiful and romantic evening. For singles, there is no hurry. Pay more attention to yourselves and develop your inner self.

Health: Elders should watch out for heart problems. Avoid cigarettes and alcohol.

Work & Money for weekend workers: Avoid overpriced and pointless fuses. You have been putting more time into work lately than in the previous period.

TAURUS

Finally, take what belongs to you. Even if you have put too much on your shoulders and now it is pouring on you from every side, this period will greatly strengthen you. In the next few days you will have as much energy as never before and use everything you have learned to overcome a more difficult period.

Love: The beginnings are nicer than the ends. But sometimes it is not possible, consider the perspective of your relationship. The singles are waiting for next weekend’s meeting, which will really please them.

Health: You need to replenish the fiber and cleanse the body. Indulge in a diet rich in fiber or buy soluble fiber in a pharmacy or drugstore.

Work & Money for weekend workers: Start short-term savings. Any mistake at work can cost you dearly. Concentrate on your performance and work 100%. Focus more on quality than quantity.

GEMINI

Today you will understand your spiritual desires. If you want to be touched more, it’s time to do something about it. Sincerity is extremely important in your life, so try to avoid deceiving and misleading people around you.

Love: Open your heart to love wide open. The lunar influence on your sign suggests an intensification of love in a relationship, but also a slight feeling of sadness. If you have no partner, forget what others think about you. Do the best you can and life will reward you with satisfaction.

Health: Discover new healthy recipes. The Internet is full of inspiration for your better eating.

Work & Money for weekend workers: Spend your money wisely. You need to put your stamina into work.

CANCER

Today belongs to tolerance. If you see someone doing something that isn’t exactly according to your beliefs, leave it that way. Everyone is responsible for their own lives. Don’t get involved in how others live. Remember that everyone makes mistakes from time to time and you can’t protect everyone from them. Let everyone in their lives learn their own way.

Love: Expect a particularly successful day, the best time of the year, and everything you touch will turn out great. If you’re single, it’s time to clean up the inner self.

Health: The sun is the best doctor and you have it for free. Go to nature and enjoy the sun’s rays, pump up vitamin D and smile more.

Work & Money for weekend workers: Shred everything unnecessary and make order in your documents. The work will wait. It is time to fulfill your dreams and see distant places. Travel to places you’ve been dreaming of for so long. The world is open to you.

LEO

You can completely turn your attention away from anyone who gives you advice to introduce more discipline into your life. Don’t let others project their attitudes, opinions, and desires into your life. Only you hold it firmly in your hands.

Love: Paranoia won’t help your relationship. You probably suspect a partner of something that is not their fault. Do not act without evidence. If you are single, decide, and your courage will bring you an exciting adventure full of love. Do not forget the old rule that risk is profit.

Health: From the health point of view, it is more than enough for you. Great pressure on your person will be manifested in joint and spine pain.

Work & Money for weekend workers: You have the chance to win a significant amount of money. Your finances will stabilize. You’ll even get interesting earnings to offer outside your main job.

VIRGO

You have the courage to fly in the clouds and dream. But now is the time to fulfill, your dreams that are not yet realized. But do not give up on your dreams and still focus on the path to your happiness. At work, it is time to stop being stubborn.

Love: An innocent flirt can turn into an unpleasant quarrel with a partner. Forget about these transgressions, and better enjoy your partner to the fullest. If you’re interested in someone and you’re still without a partner, it’s time to tell them.

Health: You need to replenish the fiber and cleanse the body. Indulge in a diet rich in fiber or buy soluble fiber in a pharmacy or drugstore.

Work & Money for weekend workers: Do not be afraid to ask your employer for a salary increase. Your financial situation will improve. In the next period pay attention to your recklessness and dedicate yourself to your work to the fullest.

VIRGO

You have the courage to fly in the clouds and dream. But now is the time to fulfill, your dreams that are not yet realized. But do not give up on your dreams and still focus on the path to your happiness. At work, it is time to stop being stubborn.

Love: An innocent flirt can turn into an unpleasant quarrel with a partner. Forget about these transgressions, and better enjoy your partner to the fullest. If you’re interested in someone and you’re still without a partner, it’s time to tell them.

Health: You need to replenish the fiber and cleanse the body. Indulge in a diet rich in fiber or buy soluble fiber in a pharmacy or drugstore.

Work & Money for weekend workers: Do not be afraid to ask your employer for a salary increase. Your financial situation will improve. In the next period pay attention to your recklessness and dedicate yourself to your work to the fullest.

SCORPIO

Stick to safe waters today and don’t swim among sharks. Let your day pass without having to exchange views with someone who doesn’t even deserve your attention. Things will move in your direction, only a dose of patience is needed.

Love: Your partner is aware that they are not as dedicated to you as you deserve. Enjoy their attention and love. Singles should find new possibilities. Maybe you will meet someone interesting on your bike trip.

Health: Your body needs to refresh and needs you to clean it. If you are not a fan of vegetable foods, try buying pure Indian fiber, which you get in every pharmacy.

Work & Money for weekend workers: The financial situation will stabilize. Your colleagues can also become your helpers. You ask your colleague for help with the project and don’t regret it.

 SAGITTARIUS

Don’t mix work and privacy today. Do not allow your work duties to interfere with your private life and vice versa. Schedule today so that you have time to work, but also to your loved ones. Do not discuss your private issues at work. Ask your family for advice.

Love: Remember, love is not a certainty. If you are really interested in your partner and want to get serious with them in the future, there is no reason why not to show him. If you are without a partner, you will be able to show the world your true face. Don’t lie to anyone in anything about your life.

Health: Don’t look for your diagnoses over the Internet and go to the doctor. He will advise you best if you have a health problem.

Work & Money for weekend workers: Try to financially improve and sell unnecessary things you have at home. Demonstrate your diligence, skill, and readiness. These features are important to your long-term success.

CAPRICORN

Don’t worry about things that haven’t happened yet. If you overcome your dislike, you can manage everything on time and with a good dose of commitment and elegance. It’s time to devote yourself to your partner.

Love: Don’t be afraid to talk honestly with your partner. Sincerity is the foundation of your relationship. If you are worried, trust your love. For singles, time is inclined to news, hence to new acquaintances. Go with your friends for a drink.

Health: Someone who is near you will bring you psychological encouragement.

Work & Money for weekend workers: You have the chance to win a significant amount of money. Enjoy the time of peace, you do not have to worry about anything unexpected, you can devote to all your interests and duties.

 AQUARIUS

You will need to be particularly cautious and careful. Today you will be on the edge of danger. You can experience both positive and negative experiences and feelings. Everything will depend on the following circumstances. If you are alert then everything will turn out well.

Love: Show your partner your true feelings and talk about the stage of your relationship. Nothing is so complicated that it cannot be communicated out. If you are single, you have to make a decision and never go back halfway to your happiness. Finish what you have begun.

Health: Take care of your family. Your health is truly strong and even though you may be troubled by a mild cold you will surely overcome it.

Work & Money for weekend workers: Forget about gambling, you could succumb into it and lose money that could be used much better. In the next period, you need to take your work less serious.

PISCES

Do you have a taste for a new job? Go ahead, but it’s not advisable if you get to this position through the corpses. Think of your friends and don’t betray them. Never let yourself be laid down by your enemies, and always do things the way you feel and believe in. Your intelligence determines your true success.

Love: Slow down and perceive the closeness of your partner. Do not forget to enjoy this magic period and try to avoid meaningless quarrels during the next period. For the singles, the door to getting to know someone new will open soon.

Health: Problems at work will affect your health. Relax more and do your hobbies.

Work & Money for weekend workers: Wellness is the right place to spend some money and relax more. Beware of enemies and if you have a good idea at work, don’t tell anyone.