Aries: expectation: pissed off angry bitch/reality: independent,takes no shit
Taurus:expectation: lazy, hard headed/reality: hard working, perfectionist
Gemini:expectation: two faced bitch/reality: afraid of being disliked, wants everyone to be on good terms with them
Cancer: expectation: crybaby emo/reality: one of the strongest of the signs, can mask emotion and come off monotonous or unemotional
Leo: expectation: attention whore/reality: wants to feel loved
Virgo: expectation: secretary-librarian-teacher type organization freak/reality: emotionally fraile, likes their space, otherwise the “chill kid” of the zodiac
Libra: expectation: popular party lover/reality: feels connection when around others, being with friends brings a feeling of unity
Scorpio: expectation: “other” angry bitch, loves sex/reality: sometimes feel overshadowed by others, love to feel powerful at times, sexually selective
Sagittarius: expectation: emotionally detached angsty teenager/reality: feels EVERYTHING, becomes overwhelming & puts their feelings on “mute”, finds that other people are more important than their feelings
Capricorn: expectation: shady, self centered, probably has been to jail/reality: strong, takes zero shit, sensitive to words, sees beauty in everything
Aquarius: expectation: sarcastic, edgy, attention seeking/reality: clever, jokester, loves to make everyone else happy, forgets to make themselves happy
Resembling the puffs of smoke and sparks from fireworks in this image from NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, these delicate filaments are actually sheets of debris from a stellar explosion in a neighboring galaxy.
Denoted N 49, or DEM L 190, this remnant is from a massive star that died in a supernova blast whose light would have reached Earth thousands of years ago. This filamentary material will eventually be recycled into building new generations of stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. Our own Sun and planets are constructed from similar debris of supernovae that exploded in the Milky Way billions of years ago.
Astronomers using the Spitzer Space telescope have identified the closest rocky planet outside our Solar System to date. Named HD 219134b, the planet is located 21 light-years away, which is relatively close, when you consider that the Earth-like planet recently discovered by NASA and its planet-stalking telescope Kepler is a distant 1,400 light-years away.
“Most of the known planets are hundreds of light-years away. This one is practically a next-door neighbour,” one of the team, Lars A. Buchhave from the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics, said in a press release.
HD 219134b is 1.6 times the size of Earth, holds four times its mass, and has a three-day orbit around its host star. While the planet itself can’t be seen, even through a telescope, its star is so bright, it’s visible to the naked eye if you look in the vicinity of the North Star in the Cassiopeia constellation.