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Mark Millar’s Sharkey the Bounty Hunter Trailer is Here

Mark Millar’s Sharkey the Bounty Hunter trailer is here An all-new sci-fi comic book franchise is here. From writer/creator Mark Millar, Sharkey the Bounty Hunter is a series that’s set in a brilliant new sci-fi universe. Netflix just released a new trailer, which you can check out below! At the center of the story is Sharkey, your typical blue-collar bounty hunter who tracks criminals across the galaxy in his converted, rocket-powered ice cream truck. Aided and abetted by his ten-year-old p...
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Your Horoscope This Week

Dreamy Neptune conjuncts charming Venus at the very beginning of the week, putting us in the mood to treat ourselves. If you go shopping, make sure that you don't go overboard — you don't want to create clutter for yourself. In fact, you might want to get rid of one thing that you don't need to replace the one that will suit your needs best.We enter Pisces season on Monday, helping us shift into a more intuitive and dreamy headspace. But watch out for confusion when discussing your ideas. The m...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Leo, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Venus, Libra, Virgo, Scorpio, Capricorn, Sagittarius, Pisces, John Bobbitt, Hilda Palafox, Rachel Jo Like


Highlights Feb. 18-24, 2019

Ill-fitting conjunctions, startling oppositions, & shouty squares Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. Click them to see the date and time where you are. Tight shoes A s the week begins, the Sun enters Pisces (Feb. 18, 3:04 pm) on the same day Venus makes a conjunction to Saturn (2:52 am) and Mercury conjoins Neptune (10:36 pm). Venus in Capricorn sometimes believes there is a formula to love that, if followed exactly, will yield the desired results; in a conjunction to...
Tags: Moon, Jupiter, Neptune, Venus, Mercury, Virgo, Capricorn, Astrology, Pisces, Weekly, Pisces Neptune, Virgo Full Moon, Venus conjunct Saturn, Weekly highlights, U S Pacific Time


Virgo Full Moon: To Serve Man

A classic Twilight Zone episode tells the story of seemingly benign aliens who have come to earth and pledged their help to mankind. Indeed, one of their seminal texts is entitled “To Serve Man.” Imagine the dismayed surprise of the humanoids who, having clasped these aliens to their bosoms, belatedly discover that the book is not a paean to intergalactic relations, as they’d imagined–but a cookbook! It’s a clever twist on not just the word, but the concept of service, which in astrology is m...
Tags: Jupiter, Neptune, Virgo, Sagittarius, Astrology, Pisces, Lunar Phases, Full Moon, Virgo Full Moon, Steven Forrest


TV Bits: ‘Knightfall’, ‘Talent’, ‘Jupiter’s Legacy’, ‘Into the Badlands’, ‘The Son’, ‘Luther’, ‘Project Blue Book’, ‘The Crown’

In this edition of TV Bits: Watch a trailer for Knightfall season 2. The creator of Justified is developing Talent for Fox. Josh Duhamel joins the cast of the Mark Millar series Jupiter’s Legacy. AMC has cancelled Into the Badlands and The Son. Luther season 5 premieres on the BBC America in June. Project Blue Book renewed for season 2. The Crown pay gap made Netflix reconfigure their talent salaries. The second season of Knightfall, History Channel’s answer to Game of Thrones, now has ...
Tags: Hbo, UK, Texas, London, Television, Movies, Drama, Amc, America, Fox, Netflix, Adaptation, Union, Idris Elba, Luther, Jupiter


‘Memory—The Origins of Alien’ Director Alexandre O. Philippe is Happy to Make Movies About Classic Movies, Talks His Upcoming ‘Exorcist’ Documentary [Interview]

One of the most anticipated films at Sundance this year, certainly among cinephiles was the latest deep-div making of work from Swiss-born filmmaker Alexandre O. Philippe , who previously has looked into fandom’s disenchantment with George Lucas ( The People vs. George Lucas ), zombie culture ( Doc of the Dead ), and his critically acclaimed 2017 detailed look at Hitchcock’s Psycho shower scene ( 78/52 ). While his new work, Memory—The Origins of Alien , began as a shot-by-shot look at ...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Interviews, Features, Sophia Loren, Geneva, Francis Bacon, Sigourney Weaver, Jupiter, Ridley Scott, George Lucas, John Carpenter, Scott, Dan, Diane, Ridley


Superhero Bits: Hellboy Gets Six Official Craft Beers, ‘Black Panther’ Wins a Grammy & More

Which Supergirl co-star did Melissa Benoist get engaged to last weekend? Do you want to try some Hellboy beer? Which character on The Flash might be leaving the show before the end of the season? Which Grammy did Black Panther take home over the weekend? Did Rob Liefeld just prove that Deadpool was always meant to be Weapon IX All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The latest edition of the Marvel Minute teases the return of Agents of SHIELD and Cloak and Dagger soon. Melissa...
Tags: Movies, Agents Of Shield, Netflix, Birds Of Prey, Batman, Deadpool, Jupiter, Avengers, X-men, Hellboy, Supergirl, Chris Wood, Shazam, Joker, Brie Larson, Melissa Benoist


SNOWBIRD’S LONG TRAIL: THE FORGOTTEN TRAIL

The 1,300-Mile Florida Trail is an often overlooked long-distance footpath Sure, there are plenty of winter adventures in the Appalachians, but it’s hard to deny the allure of warm-weather hiking. In February, Florida’s rains have subsided, the bugs are (mostly) gone, the temperatures moderating, and the landscape as lush as ever. Snowbirds, it turns out, are onto something. The backbone of the Florida hiking community is the orange-blazed, 1,300-mile Florida National Scenic Trail, or simp...
Tags: Florida, America, Sport, Cycling, Miami, Jupiter, James, Florida National Scenic Trail, Red Rock Road, Pensacola Beach, Florida Trail, Barr Street, Juniper Springs, Little Big Econ State Forest Half, Orlando Park, Econlockhatchee River


A Flyover of Europa

Using recently processed data from the Galileo probe, NASA-JPL software engineer Kevin Gill created this low-altitude flyover of Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons. The surface was imaged between 1996 & 1998 and is made up of a water-ice crust. Despite the cracks and streaks that you can see in the video, Europa actually has the smoothest surface of any object in the solar system. These images are not super high-res because they were taken with equipment designed and built in the 80s. But we’r...
Tags: Nasa, Jupiter, Europa, Jason Kottke, NASA JPL, Kevin Gill, Jupiter Kevin Gill


Josh Duhamel Among Seven Cast in Netflix Adaptation of ‘Jupiter’s Legacy’

Netflix’s upcoming series adaptation of the graphic novel “Jupiter’s Legacy” has set its main cast. Josh Duhamel, Ben Daniels, Leslie Bibb, Elena Kampouris, Andrew Horton, Mike Wade, and Matt Lanter have all joined the series, Variety has learned. Read full character descriptions below. “Jupiter’s Legacy” is based on the graphic novel of the same name by […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Jupiter, Josh Duhamel, Matt Lanter, Jupiter's Legacy


Watch a low flyover of Jupiter's moon Europa

Kevin Gill, a NASA software engineer who deals in data visualization and analysis, created this new, director's cut of his low flyover movie of Jupiter's moon Europa. Cut from recently processed images transmitted back from the Galileo orbiter launched in 1989, Gill explains, the video "uses high resolution grayscale and low resolution color images taken between 1996 and 1998." Both NASA and the European Space Agency have missions in development to collect much higher data about Europa from p...
Tags: Video, News, Nasa, European Space Agency, Jupiter, Europa, Gill, Kevin Gill, Europa Clipper


Love Horoscope for the Week of February 11

I’ll be honest with you. Personally, I am a huge fan of love and romance… but, Valentine’s Day? Valentine’s Day is like one of those god-awful corporate “team builder” things — you know, the kind of thing where you’re forced to hang out and pretend you’re having fun with your coworkers because that will somehow help the company sell more widgets or whatever… and that’s if you’re in a relationship. If you aren’t in a relationship, the day might as well be called “Look At Who’s Alone Day.” This...
Tags: Mars, Jupiter, Forecast, Neptune, Venus, Capricorn, Sagittarius, Astrology, Valentine


Matt Reeves, Peter Dinklage and Netflix Teaming For Last Sons of America

Matt Reeves, Peter Dinklage and Netflix teaming for Last Sons of America Netflix has announced that it will be teaming up with Matt Reeves’ production company 6th & Idaho and Peter Dinklage’s Estuary Films to adapt the graphic novel Last Sons of America from Boom! Studios for the streaming service. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.pus...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, America, Colombia, Netflix, Jupiter, Jackie, Reeves, Julian, Peter Dinklage, Dinklage, Matt Reeves, BOOM Studios, ComingSoon, Last Sons of America, Last Sons of America Netflix


Netflix Announces First Cast Members For Jupiter’s Legacy

Netflix Announces First Cast Members For Jupiter’s Legacy Netflix has begun putting the cast together for its adaptation of Mark Millar and Frank Quitely’s Jupiter’s Legacy. According to Collider, Josh Duhamel and Leslie Bibb have been tapped to lead the series as The Utopian and Lady Liberty, respectively. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googleta...
Tags: Comics, TV, Movies, Netflix, Jupiter, Mark Millar, Grace, Walter, Sheldon, Brandon, Millar, Chloe, Millarworld, Steven S DeKnight, Leslie Bibb, Matt Lanter


What was Planet V?

The Late Heavy Bombardment (LHB) occurred about 3.8 billion years ago, during which time Earth, Venus, Mercury, and Mars were assaulted by asteroids.Scientists are pretty sure the LHB occurred, but they're not certain what caused it.It could be that a hypothetical fifth inner planet once existed in our solar system. As it left, it may have caused the LHB. None When the Apollo astronauts brought back rocks from the Moon, they observed an interesting shared characteristic. Many of the impact melt ...
Tags: Space, Moon, Innovation, Planets, Mars, Asteroid, Jupiter, Mercury, Red Planet, Cosmos, LHB, Sun Simulations


What is this weird stuff all over Uranus?

Each of the planets in the Solar System has a unique personality. Earth is a bustling hub of weird life forms, Jupiter is a massive ball of gas with storms that could swallow other planets whole, and Uranus, well, Uranus is just plain weird. It's a big frozen ball that spins on its side, totally unlike any other planet in our neighborhood.In a new photo snapped by the Hubble Space Telescope, Uranus looks even more peculiar than it normally does. The frosty planet can be seen with a massive w...
Tags: Science, Nasa, Earth, Sun, Jupiter, Sun Uranus, Hubble Space Telescope Uranus


The Hubble telescope has discovered a 'dark vortex' raging on Neptune that would swallow 20% of Earth's surface

NASA and Europe's Hubble space telescope keeps an eye on distant planets, watching for changes in their weather. Hubble has discovered a new and mysterious "dark tempest" on Neptune that's 6,800 miles across. The space observatory also got a fresh look at a "giant polar cap" storm on Uranus that is swirling around the planet's North Pole. During a routine sweep of the outer solar system, the Hubble Space Telescope caught a new and mysterious "dark vortex" in the clouds of Neptune, according t...
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Close Planets

Close Neighbors An artist's concept shows Epsilon Eridani b, a Jupiter-like planet orbiting the star Epsilon Eridani. The system is just 10.5 light-years away, and is the nearest star visible to the unaided eye with a known exoplanet. Several known planets are closer, but their stars are too faint to see without a telescope. Epsilon Eridani b is so far from its star, though, that it is quite cold, so it's not considered a good home for life. [NASA/ESA/G. Bac...
Tags: Space, Earth, Sun, Jupiter, Barnard, Damond Benningfield Keywords, Epsilon Eridani, NASA ESA G Bacon


Highlights for Feb. 4-10, 2019

Prosperous pigs, broken eggs, and echolocation Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. Click them to see the date and time where you are. The true nature of success T his week’s New Moon in Aquarius (Feb. 4, 1:03 pm) also ushers in the Chinese year of the Earth Pig, a sign that is associated with wealth (the piggy bank is not a coincidence). Fittingly, the Sun and Moon at this New Moon are in close and auspicious aspect to Jupiter, the planet or wealth and good fortune, an...
Tags: Moon, Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Pluto, Aquarius, Capricorn, Aries, Astrology, Pisces, Crescent, New Moon, South Node, Weekly, Weekly highlights, U S Pacific Time


New Moon in Aquarius February 2019 – You’re Hired!

The New Moon occurs at 21:03 (UT), February 4, 2019 at 15°Aq45′. With this lunation taking place in the global 11th house, it features new starts in connection with groups, friends, networks, political alliances, humanitarian causes, future plans and technology. Aquarius is a sign associated with innovation and change. Typically, it’s a sign that brings something different to the table. Under Aquarius influence we’re encouraged to think outside of the box and express our individuality. Aquarius ...
Tags: Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Aquarius, Astrology, Chiron, New Moon, Moon Phases, New Moon in Aquarius, Lilith, K Artsybushev


Love Horoscope for the Week of February 4

It’s time to get down to business with your love life! One of the big indicators at any given time as to how love and romance will turn out is the sign placement of Venus. At the beginning of the week, Venus moves from Sagittarius into Capricorn, and that’s pretty much astrological shorthand for “but seriously…” when it comes to your relationships. I’m normally a big fan of the sincerity and depth of Venus in Capricorn, but this month she’s going to have a bit of a rough ride there. If your l...
Tags: Jupiter, Forecast, Pluto, Venus, Mercury, Capricorn, Sagittarius, Astrology, Pisces, New Moon


Trump on golf course with Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods

President Donald Trump played golf Saturday in Florida with two of the game's greatest champions, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods. Trump arrived at his private club in sunny Jupiter after he escaped the bitter cold and snow in Washington a day earlier. He later tweeted a photo of him standing next to them on a tee box and said it was a "great morning."
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Weekend Love Forecast – Pre-New Moon Venus Party

Friday night, the Capricorn Moon moves into sextile with Neptune and conjunction to Saturn. It sextiles Neptune with Aquarius Mercury on their midpoint. Mercury sextiles Jupiter all weekend, exact on Sunday. Reality is morphing, and the details are being flushed … Read More... Continue reading Weekend Love Forecast – Pre-New Moon Venus Party at ElsaElsa .
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February 2019 Astrology Forecast

You know how it is, when you notice something and then you start seeing it everywhere? That’s me with anaretic degrees (the final degree of each sign). Right now, I’m doing a ton of research on these degrees so imagine my surprise when I see February is full of aspects that take place on these final degrees – thirteen aspects in total. This month feels dynamic and seeing as the 29th degree is also a critical degree, we could say that February is a critical turning point in our lives. The final d...
Tags: Moon, Mars, Vesta, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Venus, Libra, Virgo, Capricorn, Aries, Sagittarius, Astrology, Pisces, Brexit, Pallas


February Sky Events 2019: What to Look for in the Skies Next Month

What February sky events do you have your eye out for? Source: Shutterstock Here's what you should look forward for next month to if you're into stargazing or simply want to learn more about how the universe around us can be seen by the blind eye from Earth: * February 1: On the first day of the month, you'll be able to see Saturn thanks to the moon's positioning in relation to the Earth. This is because the moon will only be 5% illuminated, allowing you to see bright Satur...
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Close Neighbors

An artist's concept shows Epsilon Eridani b, a Jupiter-like planet orbiting the star Epsilon Eridani. The system is just 10.5 light-years away, and is the nearest star visible to the unaided eye with a known exoplanet. Several known planets are closer, but their stars are too faint to see without a telescope. Epsilon Eridani b is so far from its star, though, that it is quite cold, so it's not considered a good home for life. [NASA/ESA/G. Bacon]
Tags: Space, Jupiter, Epsilon Eridani, NASA ESA G Bacon


Venus and Jupiter conjunction wows stargazers

Stargazers in the UK got a rare treat Tuesday morning after Venus, Jupiter and the moon appeared together in the dawn sky.
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12 facts about space that will rock your world

When you look up at the stars, what do you think about? That we may be not be alone? The vastness of it all? There's a lot to wonder about space. The fact is we don't know all the answers about it. We know it's vast and beautiful, but we're not really sure how vast (or how beautiful, for that matter). Some of the things we do know, however, are downright mind-boggling. Below, we've collected some of the most amazing facts about space, so when you look up at the stars you...
Tags: Elon Musk, Science, India, Nasa, Earth, Argentina, Mars, Ceres, Saturn, Jupiter, Venus, Vega, Polaris, Ohio State University, Phoebe, North Star


Moon and Planets

The average surface temperature on Io, one of the big moons of Jupiter, is a couple of hundred degrees below zero. That’s a little surprising, though, when you consider Io’s claim to fame: It’s the most volcanically active body in the solar system. Io is covered by more than 400 active volcanoes. Some of them blast plumes of gas and dust hundreds of miles high. Others produce lakes of molten rock. The temperatures of these pools can top 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit. The heat doesn’t get spread to th...
Tags: Space, Jupiter, Venus, Io, Damond Benningfield Keywords, MoonsVolcanoes


Highlights for Jan. 28 – Feb. 3, 2019

After the purge Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. Click them to see the date and time where you are. A fleet and eager Mercury M ercury is moving particularly fast as the week begins, en route to a superior conjunction with the Sun (Jan. 29, 6:51 pm). This is the part of Mercury’s cycle, post-retrograde, when perceptions catch up with the life we’re actually living. The feeling of racing to catch up—as in a dream of running, running, and never getting anywhere—subsi...
Tags: Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Venus, Capricorn, Sagittarius, Astrology, Marie Kondo, Weekly, Weekly highlights, U S Pacific Time, Capricorn Feb