Your Juno sign - the kind of person you find yourself deeply attracted to/the type of relationship you want:

// find your Juno sign here - make sure to click display secondary asteroids once the first version of your chart is shown //

Juno in Aries:

You tend to be attracted to people with strong personalities and who challenge you on both a physical and mental level. You want someone who is assertive and sure of themselves and who will take action to be the best that they can be. To others, they may seem aggressive - to you, they seem passionate. That passion in particular is something you find extremely attractive.


A relationship that is competitive and inspiring where you challenge each other on many levels and feel an intense passion between you. A strong physical bond.

Juno in Taurus:

You tend to be attracted to people who are conservative and practical. You like the steadiness of their presence and you like to know that you can rely on them and their responsibility. You like people who are good with money and who are not materialistic. You are looking for someone with deep morals and who perseveres to get their results, but who is also modest in their achievement.


A relationship that is constant and practical. Where you both understand where you stand with the other and do not push it further. Where you are conservative in your displays of affection but none the less, know that they are there.

Juno in Gemini:

You tend to be attracted to people who are social and playful. You like the upbeat relationship between you that keeps you on your toes and you enjoy the way they can carry conversations and don’t mind the occasional silence. You find yourself curious about the way they think - so logically, but in a way that even they find hard to explain. You are looking for someone whom you can connect with deeply and know that they either understand you, or understand that they don’t.


A relationship that is spontaneous and intuitive where neither of you know exactly what will happen next and are constantly on your toes waiting. Where the fun rarely dies and when it does it is to expose each other deeply and understand who the other is despite their occasional charade. A deep emotional and physical bond.

Juno in Cancer:

You tend to be attracted to people who are nurturing and emotional. You like the way they care about you deeply because it gives you a sense of security and you feel pride in the way they always put others before themselves. You love listening to their creative ideas and the way that they are so humble with their greatness. You are looking for someone who is sweet and sensitive and who cares deeply about you.


A relationship that is sensitive and caring. Where you both care for each other beyond words and put the other first. A relationship where you both not only care for each other, but the people around you. A deep emotional bond.

Juno in Leo:

You tend to be attracted to people who are confident in themselves and dedicated to something. You love the way they know who they are and are certain in what they want - you like having someone who is stable with what they want and who you know won’t suddenly wake up and throw you away. You love the passion they feel for things they do and the way they try their absolute best to get the results they know they deserve. You are looking for someone who is sure of themselves.


A relationship that is confident and fiery where you both know where you stand with the other and where you challenge each other physically and mentally. Where you can trust each other and know that there is always stability. A deep physical and emotional bond.

Juno in Virgo:

You tend to be attracted to people who are organised and cautious. You like the safe feeling of the relationship and the way they can adapt to situations to find a solution. You want someone who is hardworking and persevering but who is also sensitive and caring when they need to be. You are looking for someone who works hard and keeps organised.


A relationship that is slow and organised where you both understand where you are at and where you take things slowly and cautiously. Where you struggle to completely trust each other and both understand that. 

Juno in Libra:

You tend to be attracted to people who are social and balanced. You want someone who not only enjoys the company of large groups but who also relishes in their time spent alone or with few people. You love the way they want harmony and peace and the way they randomly come up with ideas that at first seem crazy but you soon find to be a great experience.


A relationship that is social and adventurous where you can have a balance between meeting new people and discovering each other. Where you are open with each other and do not feel jealous. A deep emotional and physical bond.

Juno in Scorpio:

You tend to be attracted to people who are mysterious and deep. You love the challenge that there is so much to them that you will probably never uncover and you are okay with that. You relish in the moments when they let themselves talk to you - really talk to you - and you also want someone who is very physical. You are looking for someone who is mysterious but also very sensitive and understanding - even if they don’t admit it.


A relationship that is always growing and becoming stronger as you discover each other. Where you can talk to  each other knowing that secrets are safe but where you also don’t feel pressured to tell each other everything. Where you can be your own person. You have a very deep emotional bond and a fiery physical bond.

Juno in Sagittarius:

You tend to be attracted to people who are bold and adventurous. You love the way they take risks without a second thought and the fact that they don’t let themselves be held back. You love the sense of adventure and curiosity you feel when you’re with them and you love listening to them when they speak about the way they perceive the world. You are looking for someone who will instill you with constant wonder.


A relationship that is strong and adventurous where you both inspire each other to take risks and work together to discover your own adventures. Where you both understand each other and the way you perceive the world and work together. You have an emotional and physical bond.

Juno in Capricorn:

You tend to be attracted to people who are determined and calculating. You love the way they think logically and calculate the way everything works in the world around them. You love how certain they are and their determination to find something that works. You love watching them trying to put themselves in other people’s shoes to find a solution. You are looking for someone who can challenge you intellectually.


A relationship that is strong and where neither of you will give up, even if things get really bad. You both stand up to each other and do everything you can to work things out. You persevere together and work hard to preserve a future together.

Juno in Aquarius:

You tend to be attracted to people who are rebellious and nonconforming. You love the way they stand up for themselves passively the way they feel no need to conform to society’s expectations of them. You find them inspiring. You love the way they aren’t stopped by anything and their curious outtake on the world around them. You are looking for someone who will help you to be your best self.


A relationship that is unique and where you both inspire each other to be yourselves and to constantly stand up for yourselves and others. You are curious and have both an emotional and physical bond.

Juno in Pisces:

You tend to be attracted to people who are down to earth and compassionate. You love how carefree they are and the way they enjoy discussing issues with open minds. You love the way they perceive the world around them - peacefully and kindly. You love the way they are constantly searching for who they are and never settle. You are looking for someone who could inspire change.


A relationship that is down-to-earth and where you both listen and talk and understand each other with open minds. You are playful together and you have more of an emotional bond.

The signs finding out someone has a crush on them

Aries: Hahahahahahah k
Taurus: is this a joke?
Gemini: omg really
Cancer: what!!
Leo: cute, ill put them in line with the rest of them
Vigro: this is very awkward
Libra: cute aww
Scorpio: ow god why
Sagittarius: Okay thats cute
Capricorn: stop that
Aquarius: how do I respond to this situation
Pisces: … I LIKE YOU TOO

Did you happen to catch the asteroid that is buzzing by us right now? If you have a telescope and a clear sky to the east, there’s still time to see asteroid 2004 BL86. The 1,100-foot-diameter body got as close as 745,000 miles from Earth yesterday, about 3.1 times farther than the distance from us to the moon.

Unless you have equipment like NASA’s 230-foot-wide Deep Space Network antenna, though, you won’t be able to see this little surprise tagging along with BL86. Yesterday, scientists using the antenna in Goldstone, Calif. took radar images of the asteroid and found that it is travelling with a little moon just 230 feet in diameter.

Researchers at the Jet Propulsion Lab say such asteroid duos aren’t an anomaly in our solar system: A survey of asteroids near Earth that are 655 feet across or larger found that some 16 percent have one or two moons orbiting them.

Keep reading


In 2002 a small asteroid known as J002E3 was discovered on a near earth orbit. It was first spotted by an amateur astronomer, Bill Yeung and was reported as a passing Near-Earth Object. Soon, however, the object’s motion suggested it wasn’t just passing by, it was in an orbit around the Earth. Its trajectory had all the telltale signs of being a space debris and further observations have also confirmed that the object’s spectral signature matched the white titanium dioxide paint used on Apollo rockets. J002E3 is most likely to be the third stage of the rocket that launched Apollo 12, which failed to crash on the Moon as planned. NASA used such impacts to generate ‘Moonquakes’ that could be studied by lunar seismographs to gain information on the Moon’s interior.

J002E3’s orbit is a bit unusual but not unique; the object spends some time in the Sun-Earth first Lagrange point (L1), then loops around Earth, reaches escape velocity in the process and flies back into heliocentric orbit where it currently resides. Although its orbit is constantly changing because of gravitational perturbations by the Sun and Moon, J002E3 is expected to come back around the mid 2040s.

If you’re not currently getting annihilated with snow then keep in mind that tonight there is a 500 m asteroid passing within 3 Earth-Moon distances from the earth today. This will be the biggest (known) asteroid to get this close until 2027.

You should be able to see it with binoculars. Let me know how it went and if anyone can get a good picture of it I’ll gladly post it here with due credit.

(Image credit: ESA/P.Carril)


Celebrate Asteroid Day by learning about the 3 biggest collisions that Earth has experienced with celestial objects.


I often receive questions about how fluids react to extremely hard and fast impacts. Some people wonder if there’s a regime where a fluid like water will react like a solid. In reality, nature works the opposite way. Striking a solid hard enough and fast enough makes it behave like a fluid. The video above shows a simulated impact of a 500-km asteroid in the Pacific Ocean. (Be sure to watch with captions on.) The impact rips 10 km off the crust of the Earth and sends a hypersonic shock wave of destruction around the entire Earth. There’s a strong resemblance in the asteroid impact to droplet impacts and splashes. Much of this has to do with the energy of impact. The asteroid’s kinetic (and, indeed, potential) energy prior to impact is enormous, and conservation of energy means that energy has to go somewhere. It’s that energy that vaporizes the oceans and fluidizes part of the Earth’s surface. That kinetic energy rips the orderly structure of solids apart and turns it effectively into a granular fluid. (Video credit: Discovery Channel; via J. Hertzberg)

Earlier this week, two federal agencies—NASA and the National Nuclear Security Administration—announced that they will work together to monitor potentially dangerous asteroids while also exploring methods for deflecting or destroying objects that could threaten Earth.

The threat posed by asteroid impacts is real, and a range of strategies to protect the planet, from blasting an asteroid aside to using a rocket to steer it off course, have been discussed over the years.

Read the full story on the Museum blog