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Kraft’s prosecutors appeal block of massage parlor video

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Florida prosecutors are appealing a judge’s decision to block them from using video that allegedly shows New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft engaging in paid sex at a massage parlor. The Palm Beach County State Attorney’s Office on Friday filed a notice to appeal Monday’s ruling that Jupiter police […]
Tags: Florida, News, Sports, NFL, Ap, Nation, New England Patriots, Jupiter, Kraft, Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach Fla, Robert Kraft

Here’s how we can change the Earth’s orbit to escape the expanding sun

In the Chinese science fiction film The Wandering Earth, recently released on Netflix, humanity attempts to change the Earth’s orbit using enormous thrusters in order to escape the expanding sun – and prevent a collision with Jupiter. The scenario may one day come true. In five billion years, the sun will run out of fuel and expand, most likely engulfing the Earth. A more immediate threat is a global warming apocalypse. Moving the Earth to a wider orbit could be a solution – and it is possible i...
Tags: Startups, Space, Science, Tech, Earth, World, Netflix, Jupiter, Syndication

Art in the open: the joys of Jupiter Artland sculpture park

The innovative sculpture park near Edinburgh is reopening for summer, marking its second decade with new commissions and an art and music festival‘You imagine what you desire,” reads an arty light sculpture in the grounds of Jupiter Artland. It’s my first visit to this privately owned sculpture park five miles west of Edinburgh and I’m feeling rather overwhelmed – Jupiter is a destination that challenges easy definitions. It has more than 100 acres of fields and woods, with views across rolling ...
Tags: Travel, Art, Culture, Art and design, Sculpture, Edinburgh, City Breaks, Jupiter, Cultural Trips, Weekend Breaks, Short breaks, Scotland Holidays, United Kingdom Holidays, Edinburgh Holidays, Anish Kapoor, Anthony Gormley

Prosecutors accuse Kraft’s lawyers of lying in court

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Two of Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s defense attorneys are being accused of lying by prosecutors in his solicitation of prostitution case. The Palm Beach County State Attorney’s Office filed a motion Tuesday asking that attorneys Alex Spiro and William Burck be held in contempt. Prosecutors say Spiro falsely accused Jupiter […]
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Watch how this video brilliantly compares planet sizes

A video imagines what if the planets were all the same distance from Earth as the moon.The largest planets like Jupiter and Saturn would loom large in the sky.Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system. None A graphic published on Twitter brings out the relative sizes of planets into perspective by imagining - what if the planets were as far from us as the moon?Here's how that would look from a video originally created by Yeti Dynamics: If the Moon were replaced with some of our planets ...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Science, Nasa, Earth, Physics, Innovation, Universe, Planets, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Big Bang, Yeti Dynamics

Jupiter and Uranus – Light Speed to Your Destiny!

On my last post, Neptune – What are Your Dreams Telling You?, anonymoushermit was kind enough to write, “As for Midara, wow, she feels like she’s officially a part of Elsa’s team now!” Thank you! I definitely am, and I’m … Read More... Continue reading Jupiter and Uranus – Light Speed to Your Destiny! at ElsaElsa .
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Love Horoscope for the Week of May 6

Sometimes when you want something new to grow, you need to clear out some weeds. This week provides both opportunities to clear some brush and to plant some new seeds. The week begins with Venus square Saturn. If you are in a relationship you want to keep, tread carefully… very carefully. Feelings are more likely to get bruised, irritable outbursts will be more common, and generally the mood will be sour. I know that for purposes of a Love Horoscope, this sounds pretty awful. But, bear with m...
Tags: Jupiter, Forecast, Pluto, Venus, Astrology

Highlights May 6-12, 2019: A Powerful Woman

A Powerful Woman Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. Click them to see the date and time where you are. Don’t diss the diva I t’s easy to dismiss Venus as a planetary lightweight, an inconsequential party girl eating bon-bons and wearing a fluffy boa. But consider this: the goddess of desire stands alone as the only one of the conventional planetary archetypes that’s feminine (the Moon is technically a luminary). If you doubt her power, consider how many of the decisio...
Tags: Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Venus, Aries, Astrology, Don, Weekly, Weekly highlights, U S Pacific Time, Capricorn South Node, Aries Where

New Moon in Taurus May 2019 – Precious

The New Moon occurs at 23:45 (BST) on May 4, 2019 at 14°Ta10′.Taurus, first of the Earth signs, follows fire sign Aries, the first of all signs. In Aries we have the idea, the desire, the goal. It’s an uprush of energy, striking out, going after what we want. But for any goal to succeed or desire to be met, we need to move to Taurus because this is where we manifest on the earthly plane. Taurus is where we get in touch with ourselves and the world around us through our senses – touch, taste, hea...
Tags: Earth, Moon, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune, Venus, Libra, Capricorn, Astrology, Gollum, Pallas, Babel, Siwa, South Node, Moon Phases, Rose Bush

May 2019 Astrology Forecast

Are you ready for a quieter month? Well, I should put ‘quieter’ in inverted commas as nothing is ‘quiet’ whilst Saturn and Pluto remain in a conjunction. And this conjunction goes on and on and on as aside from a couple of weeks in May 2020, this aspect will be in orb until December next year. I was reading about the rebuilding of Notre Dame and how although Macron has stated he would like to see it done by 2025, many specialists are saying it could take years longer. Whether it does or doesn’t ...
Tags: Moon, Leo, Mars, Vesta, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Notre Dame, Neptune, Venus, Mercury, Astrology, Buckingham, Anthony van Dyck, Pallas, Macron

Highlights for April 29 – May 5, 2019

Passing the Torch Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. Click them to see the date and time where you are. Dynasty W hen Jonny and I first moved to San Diego, we rented a house about 100 feet from a tiny, modest Mexican restaurant called Ponce’s. Since 1969, Ponce Meza Sr. had built a solid neighborhood business, serving excellent food at a good price, and it gradually became our second home. When Ponce retired in 2000, more than a full Saturn cycle after founding his re...
Tags: Arizona, Portland, San Diego, Nice, New Mexico, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Venus, Capricorn, Aries, Astrology, Ponce, Jonny, Weekly

Love Horoscope for the Week of April 29

This week, big things are stirring in the cosmos that go well beyond the regular purview of a weekly forecast, and we ignore these at our own peril. So let’s get out of the way of that forest fire before we put up this week’s tent, okay? Saturn turns retrograde on Monday, and Pluto went backwards last week. This means that both Saturn and Pluto are moving particularly slowly, and they are all conjunct now between 20 and 23 degrees Capricorn. Pluto in those degrees has made things seriously un...
Tags: Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Forecast, Pluto, Venus, Aries, Astrology, New Moon, South Node, Capricorn Pluto

Jupiter Day Spa sex worker who serviced Robert Kraft arrested

A 58 year old woman who worked as a sex worker and has been identified as someone who performed services for Robert Kraft has been arrested, and is currently in jail. She is charged with performing an illegal sex act on New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft at a Jupiter, Florida day spa that has been the subject of ongoing criminal investigations. “Police found $43,000 in her safe deposit box, which they’ll no doubt confiscate,” writes Molly Crabapple. “If she posts bond her passport will ...
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Royal baby name odds: what will Meghan and Harry call their first child?

Last year was one of the most eventful for the Royal family, with the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle, Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank, and the birth of Prince Louis. And while 2019 won't be as jam-packed for the Windsors, there's a whole new reason to celebrate on the horizon - the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first child this spring. As royal watchers in the UK and abroad wait for the latest arrival, speculation is mounting as to what he or she could be ca...
Tags: UK, News, Wales, US, Paris, Cambridge, Diana, Harry, Brian, Edinburgh, Victoria, John, Kate, William, Jupiter, William Hill

Royal baby name odds and title predictions for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first child

Last year was one of the most eventful for the Royal family, with the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle, Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank, and the birth of Prince Louis. And while 2019 won't be as jam-packed for the Windsors, there's a whole new reason to celebrate on the horizon - the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first child this spring. As royal watchers in the UK and abroad wait for the latest arrival, speculation is mounting as to what he or she could be ca...
Tags: UK, News, Wales, US, Paris, Cambridge, Diana, Harry, Brian, Edinburgh, Victoria, John, Kate, William, Jupiter, William Hill

Moon and Planets

The giants of the solar system will flank the gibbous Moon at dawn tomorrow. Jupiter — the king of the planets — will stand to the right of the Moon, with fainter Saturn the same distance to the left of the Moon. After the Sun, Jupiter and Saturn make up most of the mass of the solar system. By comparison, all the other planets, moons, and smaller bodies are little more than the crumbs on the table after a big dinner. The two planets grew so big in part because they were beyond the “snow line.” ...
Tags: Space, Sun, Saturn, Jupiter, Damond Benningfield, Sun Jupiter

Moon and Jupiter

Alien Ocean Grooves and cracks criss-cross the icy surface of Europa, one of the larger moons of Jupiter. Scientists suspect that a global ocean of liquid water lies beneath the ice. NASA and the European Space Agency are planning missions to Europa, to launch in 2022 or later. Engineers are even planning ways to tunnel through the ice to sample Europa's ocean. This near-true-color view was compiled from several images from the Galileo spacecraft. [NASA/JPL/...
Tags: Space, Nasa, Moon, European Space Agency, Jupiter, Europa, Damond Benningfield Keywords, NASA JPL SETI Institute, Alien Ocean Grooves

Star gives off superflare equal to 80 billion megatonnes of TNT. That’s a lot

A tiny star the size of Jupiter has been observed giving off a massive superflare 10 times more powerful than any flare from our Sun. The findings are raising questions about how much energy small stars can hold. The post Star gives off superflare equal to 80 billion megatonnes of TNT. That’s a lot appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Jupiter, TNT, Emerging Tech, Brown Dwarf, Superflare, L Dwarf Star, Stellar Activity, Stellar Flare

Platée, Semperoper Dresden, 16 April 2019

Semperoper Images: Semperoper Dresden/Ludwig OlahPlatée (Philippe Talbot), La Folie (Inga Kalna) Platée – Philippe Talbot Cithéron, Satyr – Giorgio Caoduro Jupiter – Andreas Wolf Junon – Ute Selbig Mercure, Thespis – Mark Milhofer Momus – Sebastian Wartig Thalie, Clarine – Iulia Maria Dan La Folie – Inga Klana Amour – Tania Lorenzo Two Menads – Katharina Flade, Hyunduk Na Rolando Villazón (director) Harald Tor (s...
Tags: France, Religion, Bravo, Jupiter, Dresden, Versailles, Agnew, Dauphin, Mercure, Rolando Villazòn, Mark Berry, Rameau, Staatskapelle Dresden, Mark Milhofer, Paul Agnew, Philippe Giraudeau

‘Picross S3’ Coming to Nintendo Switch on April 25

“Picross S3,” the third release in the Nintendo puzzle game series, is coming to Nintendo Switch on April 25, developer Jupiter announced in a video. The upcoming “Picross” title will include 300 puzzles for”Picross” and “Mega Picross,” 30 color Picross puzzles, 150 Clip Picross piece puzzles, and additional features like a puzzle preview function and […]
Tags: Nintendo, Jupiter, Picross, Nintendo Switch, Picross S, Mega Picross

Jupiter’s moon Io has tides like Earth, sort of

The most volcanically active world in the solar system isn’t Earth, believe it or not.            [Author: Buzz60]
Tags: News, Earth, Jupiter, Buzz60

The #Astrology of the #MuellerReport

(Astrology Explored) As of today only a handfull of people know what Robert Mueller found in his investigation of the Russia’s involvement with Donald Trump’s campaign for president. As people wait for William Barr to release a redacted version of the report can astrology give a heads up as to what Robert Mueller found? Mueller was tasked with these areas of investigation: The Special Counsel is authorized to conduct the investigation confirmed by then-FBI Director James 8...
Tags: Putin, White House, Russia, Uncategorized, Intelligence, Fbi, Moon, Sun, Leo, Mars, Republican Party, Republican, Saturn, Jupiter, Donald Trump, March

Explosion on Jupiter-sized star 10 times more powerful than ever seen on our Sun

A stellar flare 10 times more powerful than anything seen on our Sun has burst from an ultracool star almost the same size as Jupiter.
Tags: Science, Jupiter

The #Astrology of the #NotreDame Fire

By Julie Anne Workman – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, (Astrology Explored)   Paris and the world suffered an inexplicable loss with the destruction of much of the 850-year-old Notre Dame Cathedral. Starting at around 6:50 PM, Paris time, initial reports stated that the fire started on the roof. Four hundred firefighters battled the blaze for nine hours before they extinguished it. The great Medieval churches weren’t just the sign ...
Tags: Wikipedia, Uncategorized, Events, Paris, John, Mars, Denis, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Notre Dame, Capricorn, Astrology, Uranus, Natal, Roman Catholic Church

Notre Dame fire is devastating – but iconic cathedral will live on

Edifice joins long list of culturally significant buildings with history of destructionThe history of beloved, culturally significant buildings is inextricably connected to a history of destruction – and very often fire. Less than a century after building of the present Notre Dame began in 1163, fire damage is thought to have prompted the remodelling of parts of the cathedral. The Gothic structure replaced an earlier church that had been built on the site of a Roman temple to Jupiter. By the 19t...
Tags: Europe, France, World news, Culture, Architecture, Art and design, Jupiter, Notre Dame

Voyager Wide-Angle Views of Jupiter

Last month marked the 40th anniversary of the historic Voyager 1 encounter with Jupiter in 1979.
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The Astrology of the Notre Dame Fire

INTRODUCTION Me feeding the birds at Notre Dame – around 2004 These are strange times, difficult times. One of the things I have said most often is that the universe is in constant communication with us. Everything that occurs in waking life can be interpreted as if in a dream. When it comes to astrology, some people rail against it. “The planets can’t exert any influence over us” they say – and they are right. It’s not that the planets CAUSE what happens, rather that they are a poetic langua...
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Cloudy Nights

We don’t have a single picture that shows us the surface of an exoplanet — a planet in a star system other than our own. Yet astronomers already know what we’d see if we could get a good look at one class of exoplanet: clouds on the night side, and clear skies on the day side. These planets are known as hot Jupiters. They’re as big as Jupiter, the giant of our own solar system, and many are much heavier than Jupiter. They’re hundreds of millions of miles closer to their stars than Jupiter is t...
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Oddball Solar System

Planet Parade Astronomers have discovered about 4,000 confirmed planets in other star systems, including a few that could be similar to Earth. This artist's concept depicts what other Earth-sized planets might look like, with some of them perhaps covered with oceans and populated by living organisms. [NASA/JPL/R. Hurt (SSC-Caltech)] Our solar system is an oddball. The way it’s laid out is different from every other planet...
Tags: Space, Nasa, Earth, Jupiter, Neptune, Damond Benningfield

It's written in the stars - Meghan's royal baby will be bold

Boy or girl, Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan's first child will be bold and courageous, and Harry will be the more patient parent, according to a U.S. astrologer. If, as royal watchers expect, Meghan gives birth in late April or the first week of May, the baby will be born under the zodiac sign of Taurus, the bull. Jupiter is in the midst of its transit into Sagittarius, while Venus will enter Aries next week, Los Angeles astrologer Charis Milona told Reuters.
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Prince Harry, Harry, Jupiter, Venus, Aries, Meghan, Charis Milona