Cualidades y Defectos: Planetas

SOL

Cualidades: Voluntad, valor, fuerza dominadora, autoridad, benevolencia, generosidad.

Defectos: Debilidad, cobardía, arrogancia dominadora, despotismo, intransigencia, egocentrismo.

LUNA

Cualidades: Sensibilidad, dulzura, intuición, receptividad, actitudes maternales, comprensión, flexibilidad, adaptabilidad.

Defectos: Humor cambiante, caprichos, irresponsabilidad, carácter infantil, dependencia, candor, angustia. 

MERCURIO

Cualidades: Inteligencia, facultades de adaptación y de comprensión, habilidad, ingenio, espíritu práctico, comunicación, curiosidad, imaginación.

Defectos: Inestabilidad, nerviosismo, mentalidad influenciable, propensión a las triquiñuelas, mentira, habladuría, intelectualismo. 

VENUS

Cualidades: Amor, comprensión, cariño, encanto, motivación, belleza, armonía, placer, bienestar.

Defectos: Sentimentalismo, pereza, pasividad, vanidad, falta de moralidad, vida fácil, sensualismo.

MARTE

Cualidades: Acción, coraje, fuerza, energía, iniciativa, entusiasmo, impulso, deseo, buen instinto.

Defectos: Violencia, cólera, imprudencia, brutalidad, obcecación, desorden, egoísmo, cinismo.

JÚPITER

Cualidades: Felicidad, alegría de vivir, generosidad, sinceridad, equidad, prosperidad, plenitud, expansión, éxito.

Defectos: Exceso, exageración, prodigalidad, ostentación, presunción, hipocresía, puritanismo o amoralidad.

SATURNO

Cualidades: Prudencia, paciencia, ponderación, sensatez, perseverancia, precaución, sentido del deber, rigor, lucidez.

Defectos: Egoísmo, dureza, desconfianza, frialdad, indiferencia, intransigencia, fatalismo, rencor, esterilidad.

URANO

Cualidades: Dinamismo, originalidad, independencia, buenos reflejos, sentido de la oportunidad, solidaridad, progreso.

Defectos: Oportunismo, indisciplina, inestabilidad, espíritu revolucionario, impulsos irreflexivos, incoherencia.

NEPTUNO

Cualidades: Capacidad de cambiar la forma de pensar, de actuar, de vivir, receptividad psíquica, inspiración, fusión emocional.

Defectos: Ilusión, autosugestión, angustia, confusión de ideas y sentimientos, irrealidad, exceso.

PLUTÓN

Cualidades: Creatividad, buen instinto, intensidad psíquica, recursos vitales, magnetismo, capacidad de regeneración.

Defectos: Voluntad de destruir, de dominar, duplicidad, mentira, farsa, influencias nefastas, mitomanía.

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After five years traveling through space to its destination, our Juno spacecraft will arrive in orbit around Jupiter today, July 4, 2016. This video shows a peek of what the spacecraft saw as it closed in on its destination before instruments were turned off. Watch our noon EDT Pre-Orbit Insertion Briefing on NASA Television for more: https://www.nasa.gov/nasatv or http://youtube.com/nasajpl/live

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Jupiter doesn’t orbit the Sun. The other planets in our solar system are so much smaller than the Sun that their centers of mass are deep inside of it. Jupiter, however, is so huge that it has the same center of mass as the Sun. Basically, they both orbit the same point, which is just above the Sun itself. Source Source 2 Source 3

Demonstration from NASA:

Juno Spacecraft: What Do We Hope to Learn?

The Juno spacecraft has been traveling toward its destination since its launch in 2011, and is set to insert Jupiter’s orbit on July 4. Jupiter is by far the largest planet in the solar system. Humans have been studying it for hundreds of years, yet still many basic questions about the gas world remain.

The primary goal of the Juno spacecraft is to reveal the story of the formation and evolution of the planet Jupiter. Understanding the origin and evolution of Jupiter can provide the knowledge needed to help us understand the origin of our solar system and planetary systems around other stars.

Have We Visited Jupiter Before? Yes! In 1995, our Galileo mission (artist illustration above) made the voyage to Jupiter. One of its jobs was to drop a probe into Jupiter’s atmosphere. The data showed us that the composition was different than scientists thought, indicating that our theories of planetary formation were wrong.

What’s Different About This Visit? The Juno spacecraft will, for the first time, see below Jupiter’s dense clover of clouds. [Bonus Fact: This is why the mission was named after the Roman goddess, who was Jupiter’s wife, and who could also see through the clouds.]

Unlocking Jupiter’s Secrets

Specifically, Juno will…

  • Determine how much water is in Jupiter’s atmosphere, which helps determine which planet formation theory is correct (or if new theories are needed)
  • Look deep into Jupiter’s atmosphere to measure composition, temperature, cloud motions and other properties
  • Map Jupiter’s magnetic and gravity fields, revealing the planet’s deep structure
  • Explore and study Jupiter’s magnetosphere near the planet’s poles, especially the auroras – Jupiter’s northern and southern lights – providing new insights about how the planet’s enormous

Juno will let us take a giant step forward in our understanding of how giant planets form and the role these titans played in putting together the rest of the solar system.

For updates on the Juno mission, follow the spacecraft on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Tumblr.

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Real spacecraft/space mission

Today, on 4th July, Juno is performing Jupiter Orbit Insertion burn, putting the spacecraft into highly elliptical polar orbit around Jupiter.

Juno spacecraft, launched in August 2011 from Cape Canaveral on top of Atlas V rocket.

Learn more about Juno mission:

You can also check out the NASA’s Eyes on the Solar System app, where you can explore a detailed simulation of the Juno mission, as well as other NASA projects around the Solar System.

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