Aries: hates you, but loves you Taurus: lazy, but will do anything for that money Gemini: fake, but super sweet Cancer: smiling, but depressed Leo: thinks they’re right, but they’re really wrong Virgo: prude, but really wants someone to rip their clothes off Libra: harsh, but supportive Scorpio: angry, but protective Sagittarius: mean, but always kidding Capricorn : nice, but judgemental Aquarius : silly, but very intelligent Pisces: friendly, but secretly wants to murder you
Aries: take advantage of them Taurus: take their food without asking Gemini: not pay them back Cancer: not show appreciation for the things they do for you Leo: tell them they’re wrong Virgo: agree with something they strongly disagree with Libra: try to interfere with their relationship Scorpio: argue with them/call them names Sagittarius: cancel plans on them last second Capricorn: tell them who/who not to date Aquarius: belittle them Pisces: not do what they ask when they ask you to do it
Ps: try using your Mars Sign as well (it has to do with what makes you angry)
After hundreds of years of detailed observation and study, our closest companion in the vast universe, Earth’s moon, remains an enigma.
Six ‘supposed’ moon landings and hundreds of experiments have resulted in more questions being asked than answered. In 1962, NASA scientist Dr. Gordon MacDonald stated: “If the astronomical data collected is correct, it is found that the interior of the moon is more likely to be hollow than a solid sphere.”
On November 20, 1969, the Apollo 12 crew jettisoned the lunar module ascent stage causing it to crash onto the moon surface. The LM’s impact created an artificial moonquake with startling characteristics - the moon reverberated like a bell for more than an hour, leading to the conclusion that the moon has no - core, bring rise to the well founded ‘hollow moon theory’
If you and I are in separate space ships both traveling fast, there’s literally no possible way to determine if I am staying still and you are moving, or if you are staying still and I am moving, or if we are both moving. Also, from your perspective time will flow normally for you and slower for me, but from my perspective time will flow normally for me and slow for you.
Basically, everything, including time, is completely relative.
Aries: tanning salon Taurus: surrounded by nature Gemini: restaurant Cancer: in the pool Leo: the gym Virgo: book store Libra: with their significant other Scorpio: alone Sagittarius: club Capricorn: at home Aquarius: game store Pisces: coffee shop
ASTRO FACT: Jupiter is well known for being the fastest spinning planet in our solar system. Many wonder why this speedy spinning occurs. Inside the gas planet lives its guardian, the Speedo-Torpedo whaleshark. This majestic being is about 1/8th the size of the actual planet and is able to swim inside of it. To keep adventurers away from its treasure, the whaleshark swims in a circular pattern around the outer border at incredible speeds to keep it spinning on its axis so quickly. This also causes the storms which make it increasingly difficult for anyone to get to the center.
2. Saturn is not the only planet with rings, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and the Earth have them too.
4. The Earth's rings are made of cosmic waste.
5. Nitrogen is a part of the composition of the stars, and of our dna.
6. Most of the stars we admire at night are actually dead.
7.The space probe Voyager 1 was send into space in 1977 with a special message for our neighbors of outer space. It was a disc that features pictures, sounds of the earth such as whale, a baby crying and greetings in 55 languages.
8. Venus is the brightest planet of our system, she is often mixed up with a star.
9. It's pretty easy to observe some planets such as mars, venus, jupiter, Saturn at night. It only require a clear night some patience + an app such as skywiew (free on appstore !) can be useful too.
10. If we were on the center of a black hole time would speed up so fast we would live the end of the universe.
11. Shooting stars don't exists, they are actually meteors showers.
12. Jupiter has 67 moons, Saturn 62, Uranus 27, Neptune 14, Mars 2 and the Earth 1.
13. Kepler 22 is an exoplanet also called super-earth that could (potentially) be habitable
14. It rains diamonds on Jupiter + Uranus
15. The moon moves 4cm further each year.
16. There used to be water on Mars, because her and the Earth had a similar beginning.
17. There's trace of organic life on Titan (one of saturn's moon).
18. Voyager 1 (launched in 1977) is closed to leave our solar system.
19. There's a vast ocean underneath the ice of Europa (one of Jupiter's moon).
20. Pluto was discovered in 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh, in 2015 the probe new horizon approached pluto with the ashes of Tombaugh inside.
21. Pluto is smaller than the earth's moon.
22. Saturn could float into water.
23. Our cosmic adress is :
planet earth, the earth-moon system, the solar system, the milky way galaxy, the local group, the virgo supercluster.