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Madison :: WI :: USA | 29 days ago

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Your Horoscopes  Week Of July 1, 2014 Aries Love is strong in your sign this week. Please be advised that, precession of the equinoxes or not, this is still your sign. Taurus Outside influences will attempt to bedazzle you with strange mathematics

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Hesperia :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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The summer solstice (where the sun is highest in the sky in the northern hemisphere) occurs on schedule on June 21. Our warmest days in the High Desert occur in July and August...Jupiter (in Gemini, the twins) is rapidly fading into the evening

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Hesperia :: CA :: USA | 3 months ago

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Now that we're progressing into spring, we must describe the stars of spring. The zodiacal constellations consist of Libra (the scales), Virgo (the maiden), and Leo (the lion), and two of these play host to evening stars. The summer alignment of the

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Hesperia :: CA :: USA | 5 months ago

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Canis Minor (the little dog) is almost overhead early, with its bright star, Procyon. Cancer (the crab) and Gemini (the twins), with bright Jupiter in its midst. The zodiacal parade is joined by Leo (the lion), with its brightest star, Regulus. To

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Hercules :: CA :: USA | 5 months ago

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Of the 12 constellations of the zodiac, which mark the sun's annual path through our sky, Cancer the Crab is the faintest and most challenging to locate...Greek mythology identifies this crab as the pesky crustacean that was nipping at the toes of

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Hesperia :: CA :: USA | 6 months ago

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Since the infamous groundhog saw his shadow, winter will continue for six weeks. Here in the High Desert, we've had an extraordinarily mild winter, with almost no rain...Jupiter remains our only evening star (in Gemini), near the twin stars Castor

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Hesperia :: CA :: USA | 9 months ago

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Mid-evening heralds the return of the Pleiades (the seven sisters), followed closely by the constellation of Taurus (the bull), the second in the Zodiac, and the conspicuous star Aldebaran (the eye of the bull). And a little later, the giant planet

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 10 months ago

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October 13, 2013 Astrology is very interesting, no matter if you truly believe in it or not. The signs of the zodiac can give a little insight into people's natures and the characteristics they possess. Let's check out the zodiac signs and see if you

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Hesperia :: CA :: USA | 10 months ago

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But Venus, slowly inching higher and brighter, is the most brilliant evening object...There are two meteor showers this month: The Draconid occurs late evening on Oct. 9. The more remarkable Orionid occurs on Oct. 21 and 22, pre-dawn. There is also a

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Steamboat Springs :: CO :: USA | 1 year ago

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Jimmy Westlake/courtesy Look for the giant house-shaped outline of Ophiuchus high in the southern sky around midnight in mid-June...Ophiuchus is one of our 88 official constellations, and a big one at that, covering nearly 1,000 square degrees of our

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