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Which Disneyland restaurants are now open and still closed

Just about every Disneyland and Disney California Adventure restaurant and food stand has returned during the phased reopening of the Anaheim theme parks following the extended coronavirus closure — but there are still a few eateries that remain closed. Carnation Cafe on Main Street U.S.A. and Goofy’s Kitchen at the Disneyland Hotel are the latest Disneyland resort restaurants to set reopening dates with several character dining buffets also returning. Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and f...
Tags: Disney, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Lincoln, Disney Princess, Amusement Parks, Disneyland, Pluto, Southern California, Anaheim, DCA, Minnie, Mickey, Niles, ToonTown


Five Planets Retrograde: August 20 – October 12, 2021

Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Pluto are all retrograde as of today. Uranus will turn retrograde on August 20th giving us five planets, reversed. Note this array includes all the social and transpersonal planets while excluding all the personal planets. It … Read More...
Tags: Pluto, Astrology, Jupiter Saturn Neptune


Horoscope for the Week of August 2, 2021 - All Outer Planets Retrograde

As we enter August we realize that all of the outer planets – Pluto, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Uranus - are or will be going retrograde. If life is not what it appears to be on first glance, give yourself time to fully take in the landscape before you act. Sometimes we all just need a breather before we pounce.                   (Catherine de' Medici had Pluto in Capricorn) Never miss your horoscope again -- free sign up here. Here is my favorite book on astrology and a "must" for any...
Tags: Leo, Pluto, Horoscopes, Gemini, Aries, Astrology, Lichtenstein, Catherine de Medici, Madam Lichtenstein, Libras, Capricorn Never, Pluto Jupiter Saturn Neptune


The man who 'killed' Pluto

How Mike Brown’s discovery of a larger object threatened Pluto’s 75-year status as a planet
Tags: News, Mike Brown, Pluto


The Sounds of Space: An Interplanetary Sonic Journey

There are those of us who, when presented with dueling starships in a movie or television show, always make the same objection: there’s no sound in outer space. In the short film above, this valid if aggravatingly pedantic charge is confirmed by Lori Glaze, Director of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate’s Planetary Science Division. “Sound requires molecules,” she says. “You have to be able to move molecules with the sound waves, and without the molecules, the sound just doesn’t move.” S...
Tags: Facebook, Astronomy, Science, College, Nasa, Earth, Mars, Saturn, Hertz, Seoul, Pluto, Sun Ra, Science Mission Directorate, Colin Marshall, John D Boswell, 21st Century Los Angeles


Exclusive Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life Clip – The Baby Whisperer

ComingSoon is excited to debut an exclusive clip from Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life, which premieres tonight on Disney+. The animated series starring the chipmunk brothers will feature new episodes each week and features cameos from other Disney characters including Pluto and Donald Dunk. Our clip, titled “The Baby Whisperer,” features Chip and Dale becoming friends with a bunch of babies. In fact, they even start to ride them for transportation and have a good time. RELATED: Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life...
Tags: Family, TV, Movies, Disney, TV News, Streaming, Pluto, Dale, Andy Samberg, John Mulaney, Disney Junior, ComingSoon, Rescue Rangers, XIlam Animation, Marc du Pontavice, Disney Plus


Mercury Opposite Pluto: Suspicious Minds

Mercury is opposing Pluto in Capricorn.  Pluto is conjunct my ascendant making this personal to me. I thought I should say something but I’ve resisted doing to. That’s an example of this energy right there. Pluto withholds! I’ve had some … Read More...
Tags: Music, Pluto, Astrology, Real Life, Mercury Pluto, Capricorn Pluto


Which Disneyland rides, shows, restaurants and shops remain closed

Disneyland has reopened many of its most popular rides, eateries and stores, but there are still plenty of spots that remain shuttered as the Anaheim theme park continues a phased reopening following a yearlong COVID-19 pandemic closure. More than 30 Disneyland and Disney California Adventure attractions, shows, restaurants and shops remain closed nearly three months after the parks reopened. That sounds like a lot, but the number needs to be considered in context. Nearly 180 Disneyland and DCA ...
Tags: Disney, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, House, Amusement Parks, Disneyland, Pluto, Walt Disney, Southern California, Anaheim, DCA, Minnie, Mickey, New Orleans Square, ToonTown


Full Moon in Aquarius July 2021

Extract from Patreon recording – The Full Moon that takes place at 03:36 (BST) on July 24, 2021. The Moon will be at 1AQU26. The Sabian symbol of this lunation is ‘An Unexpected Thunderstorm’. Yes, this period might bring us some surprises, something unexpected. We can imagine with Pluto there in the background, close enough to make a conjunction with this Moon, that it brings heaviness – just like it is before a storm. The air feels incredibly heavy (remembering Aquarius is an air sign). But th...
Tags: Moon, Pluto, Aquarius, Astrology, Moon Phases, Full Moon In Aquarius, Rochelle Blumenfeld


Whicker: Jack Eichel’s unhappiness could become the Kings’ delight

The idea of Jack Eichel coming to the Los Angeles Kings would be the very definition of a cheap thrill, if it were cheap. Eichel had 137 goals and 200 assists in his first five seasons. In 2021 he only had two goals, thanks to a neck injury. He also is dealing with a sprained disposition and a dislocated mood. The Buffalo Sabres have not made the playoffs in 10 years. Now they seem farther away than Pluto is from Jeff Bezos. Eichel missed the meeting in which hockey players are taught to smother...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Kings, Nba, Buffalo, NHL, Columbus, Pluto, Vegas, Jones, New York Rangers, Dustin Brown, Los Angeles Kings, Buffalo Sabres, Brown


‘Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life’ Trailer: Disney’s Nutty Chipmunk Duo are Back

Chip and Dale, Disney’s adorable yet mischievous chipmunks, are back on screen with a brand new show. Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life will feature the furry brothers and some other friendly faces as they try to live the good life in a big city park. Disney revealed the trailer for their latest animated show that will premiere next week on Disney +.  The official synopsis is below: “Comprised of three seven-minute stories, each episode follows two tiny troublemakers, Chip and Dale, trying to live th...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Disney, Trailers, Pluto, Chip, Donald Duck, Nickelodeon, Dale, The Walt Disney Company, Gidget, Monterey Jack, Rescue Rangers, Thomas Chippendale, Dale Rescue Rangers


Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life Trailer Previews Disney+ Animated Series

Disney+ has released the official Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life trailer for their forthcoming animated series, starring everyone’s favorite mischievous chipmunk brothers. The video, which you can check out in the player below, teases the titular duo’s big and crazy adventures. It also gives us a preview of the other classic Disney characters that are set to appear including Pluto and Donald Duck. The series is expected to debut new episodes weekly starting on July 28, exclusively on Disney+. RELATED:...
Tags: Family, Video, Comedy, TV, New York, Movies, Disney, TV News, Streaming, Pluto, Tom, Jerry, Dale, Andy Samberg, John Mulaney, Disney Junior


NASA's Hubble Space Telescope photographed colliding galaxies after recovering from a month-long mystery glitch

The Hubble Space Telescope hovers at the boundary of Earth and space in this picture, taken after Hubble's second servicing mission in 1997. NASA NASA shared the Hubble Space Telescope's first photos since it was fixed this weekend. Hubble is back online after a month of mysterious glitching that forced NASA to use backup hardware. The photos show colliding galaxies and a long galactic spiral. See more stories on Insider's business page. The Hubble Space Telescope is back, and ...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Science, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Hubble, Jupiter, Hubble Space Telescope, Pluto, Galaxies, Telescopes, UW, Bill Nelson, Goddard Space Flight Center


Effects of Pluto Retrograde in the Natal Chart

Pluto is the farthest of the outer planets, and his domain is ultimately about power. He is the kingmaker and the ender of empires. Pluto is how we as individuals approach and are approached by power, both internally and externally. … Read More...
Tags: Pluto, Astrology, Natal Chart, Pluto Retrograde


Why NASA should visit Pluto again

In 1930, Clyde Tombaugh, a 25-year-old amateur astronomer, spied a small, dim object in the night sky.   He’d been working at the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, for about a year when he used a blink comparator—a special kind of microscope that can examine and compare images—to glimpse what was for a time considered to be the ninth planet in our solar system: Pluto.   By all accounts, Pluto was—well—weird. At one point, astronomers believed it could potentially be bigger than Mar...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Nasa, Innovation, Space Exploration, Mars, Jupiter, New Horizons, Pluto, NRC, Neptune, Ucla, Kuiper Belt, Charon, International Astronomical Union, Brigham Young University


Highlights for July 19-25, 2021: Everyday Beauty

Everyday Beauty Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. The beauty of everyday things I magine walking into a small, rustic home. The afternoon sun falls softly on wood floors and whitewashed plaster walls. Furnishings are minimal, well-used but cared for, and there are few ornaments. A hand-knit throw is draped on a reading chair, and a contented cat is curled in one corner. The only sound comes from wind and birdsong in the trees. This is the aesthetic of Venus in Virgo ...
Tags: Leo, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Venus, Mercury, Virgo, Aquarius, Astrology, Elmer, MASLOW, Weekly, Weekly highlights


Weekly Astrology Forecast July 19 – 25, 2021

Excerpt from Patreon – Eris stations retrograde on July 21. In forward motion, Eris is calling out the elephant in the room, pressing buttons, pointing out where there is discordance. Eris will not stand for oppression and unfairness. Because Eris has a very long orbital period, 558 years to be precise (over twice that of Pluto), her action tends to be geared towards the collective. But if Eris is marking time near one of your personal planets or angles, then you are more likely to experience he...
Tags: Vesta, Pluto, Neptune, Astrology, Eris, Chiron, Astrology Forecasts, weekly Astrology Forecast, Jupiter Sun, Aquarius Mercury, Leo Love, Clarence Gagnon


NASA has finally fixed the Hubble Space Telescope after almost 5 weeks of troubleshooting a mysterious glitch

The Hubble Space Telescope in orbit above Earth. NASA NASA finally fixed the Hubble Space Telescope after nearly five weeks without science operations. Hubble switched to backup hardware to correct the mysterious glitch that took it offline. Hubble's age likely caused the problem. NASA hopes it still has a few more years. See more stories on Insider's business page. NASA has finally fixed its Hubble Space Telescope after weeks of troubleshooting a mysterious glitch.On Friday, the a...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Science, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Hubble, Universe, Hertz, Hubble Space Telescope, Pluto, Telescopes, Paul Hertz, NASA ESA, J Hester


30 years of stunning photos show why NASA fought so hard to save its Hubble Space Telescope from a mysterious glitch

Galaxy Messier 94, imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope, is rapidly forming new stars in the bright ring surrounding it. NASA NASA has finally fixed the Hubble Space Telescope after a mysterious glitch took it offline more than a month ago. Hubble is the world's most powerful space telescope. During its three decades in orbit, it has helped astronomers calculate the age and expansion of the universe, study far-away planets, and probe the secrets of dark matter. In that time, the iconi...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Science, News, California, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Features, Hubble, Universe, Jupiter, Hertz, Berkeley, UC Berkeley, Hubble Space Telescope


Visualization of How Fast a Ball Drops on Various Solar System Bodies

This is an animation of how quickly an object falls 1 km to the surfaces of solar system objects like the Earth, Sun, Ceres, Jupiter, the Moon, and Pluto. For instance, it takes 14.3 seconds to cover that distance on Earth and 13.8 seconds on Saturn. It might be surprising to see large planets have a pull comparable to smaller ones at the surface, for example Uranus pulls the ball down slower than at Earth! Why? Because the low average density of Uranus puts the surface far away from the ma...
Tags: Mars, Pluto, Jason Kottke, Earth Sun Ceres Jupiter


NASA is about to switch its Hubble Space Telescope to backup hardware - a 'risky' maneuver to save its life

The first servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope saw astronauts install a set of specialized lenses to correct the flawed main mirror in the telescope. NASA A mysterious glitch took NASA's Hubble Space Telescope offline a month ago. The problem stumped engineers for weeks, but they're finally ready to try switching to backup hardware. A NASA scientist says there's no guarantee, but the switch could finally bring Hubble back online. See more stories on Insider's bus...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Science, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Hubble, Hertz, Hubble Space Telescope, Pluto, Telescopes, NGC, Paul Hertz, NASA NASA, Tech Insider


Richard Branson just flew to the edge of space. Here’s what it means for space travel.

The timing could have been better. Yesterday, July 11, British entrepreneur and billionaire Richard Branson shot to the edge of space in a vehicle made by his own company, Virgin Galactic – at a time when much of the world is still battling a deadly pandemic. Yet while receiving a fair amount of criticism, Branson’s flight heralds a key step towards making space travel more accessible than ever before—even if it does just seem like a plaything for the world’s richest men right now. In the ear...
Tags: Space, Texas, Nasa, Earth, Virgin Galactic, Justin Bieber, Innovation, Leonardo Dicaprio, Richard Branson, University of Florida, Jeff Bezos, Pluto, Branson, Vms, Blue Origin, Mach


Highlights for July 12-18, 2021: To Reach the Clouds

To reach the clouds Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. A vast, level place F or forty-five minutes on the morning of August 7, 1974, Philippe Petit walked, danced, and lay on a high wire suspended between the unfinished towers of the World Trade Center – a quarter of a mile above the streets of Manhattan. Like all astonishing achievements, this one was years in the making. It required hours of research, a team of compatriots, and the refinement of Petit’s natural grac...
Tags: Russia, America, Moscow, Warren Beatty, Leo, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Venus, Libra, Astrology, Petit, Diane Keaton, Reed


Weekly Astrology Forecast July 12 – 18, 2021

Excerpt from Patreon Post – Pallas stations retrograde on July 14. The Warrior Goddess of Wisdom first entered Pisces on March 7 this year. Pallas will station at 27°Pi43′ R but will back step all the way to 9°Pi03′ R, stationing on November 8. Pallas will not leave Pisces until February 14, 2022. Given that this is such a long transit, there is a suggestion that there is a lot to figure out. Pallas is a problem solver. She sees where there is disharmony and looks for ways to reconcile conflicti...
Tags: Pluto, Astrology, Pisces, Pallas, Astrology Forecasts, Neptune Chiron, Ceres Venus, Libra Sun, Patreon Post Pallas, Auguste Toulmouche


NASA will attempt a 'risky' maneuver to fix its broken Hubble Space Telescope as early as next week

The Hubble Space Telescope was deployed on April 25, 1990 from the space shuttle Discovery. NASA/Smithsonian Institution/Lockheed Corporation A mysterious glitch took NASA's Hubble Space Telescope offline last month. The problem has stumped engineers, but NASA is going to try switching to backup hardware. A NASA scientist called the switch "risky," but it could finally help get Hubble back online. See more stories on Insider's business page. NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has be...
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New Moon in Cancer July 2021

Extract from Patreon transcript – The New Moon occurs at 02:16 (BST) on July 10, 2021 at 18°Cn01′. The New Moon in Cancer brings to our attention issues that are connected with our emotional life and with who we are behind closed doors. Cancer is a sign that is associated with the global 4th house of the natural chart. Normally, when we’re looking at our natal chart, this is the part of the chart that tells us about our upbringing, what things were like at home as a child, what things are like a...
Tags: Pluto, Capricorn, Astrology, Pluto Pluto, Moon Phases


Halloween at Disneyland is back and so is Oogie Boogie

Disneyland’s popular Halloween Time celebration will return this year, including its Oogie Boogie Bash at Disney California Adventure, the park announced Thursday. This will mean that people who buy tickets for the special after-hours Oogie Boogie bash will have access to the newly opened Avengers Campus without the normal crowds. The Halloween Time event, which typically includes elaborate decorations, special foods, merchandise and the transformation of the Haunted Mansion, was canceled in 202...
Tags: California, Disney, Haunted Mansion, Sport, Soccer, Disneyland, Pluto, DCA, Niles, Dia de los Muertos, Disney California Adventure, Oogie Boogie, Radiator Springs, Disney California, Plaza de la Familia, Oogie Boogie Bash


There Are Way More Rogue Planets Than We Thought

The galaxy is wild. Our solar system, with its surprising abundance of living creatures and nonstop radiation and asteroid showers, is a placid, private garden compared to the rest of it. In particular, there are perhaps trillions of rogue planets (planetary bodies ranging from little rocky Earth-sized guys to super-Jupiter gas giants) in the Milky Way, including a surprisingly large fleet of the things right near the galactic core. This is unusual, since the typical way we detect exoplanets ...
Tags: Nasa, Earth, Jupiter, Gizmodo, Pluto, McDonald, Tim Carmody, Kepler Space Telescope, Iain -RSB- McDonald


Episode 88 | Cancer New Moon: Cash-ing In!

088 | Cancer New Moon: Cash-ing In! April and Jen begin a leisurely summer pace while bringing you double-your-lunar-pleasure: A Cancer New Moon AND a Libra First Quarter Moon! (Two great Moonwatches, same great price!) Also, Venus stirs up the monumental Saturn/Uranus spat before joining up with roaring Mars; Mercury challenges Neptune for the third (and final!) time, then dives into family-centered Cancer; and the Sun makes friends with eccentric Uranus and escapist Neptune before staring dow...
Tags: Podcast, Kate Bush, Mars, Saturn, Pluto, Neptune, Venus, Capricorn, Astrology, Pisces, Jen, Johnny Cash, Tracy Chapman, Sun Moon, Episodes, Marti Jones


Horoscope for the Week of July 5, 2021 - Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Pluto all Retrograde

Jupiter, Neptune, Saturn and Pluto are all retrograde, slowing us down and requiring us to revisit old challenges yet again. Maybe this is a good time to take a breath, chill out and relax more? Allow the cosmos to grind along while you just watch the action from a lounge chair.               (Sigmund Freud had Neptune in Pisces) Never miss your horoscope again -- free sign up here. Here is my favorite book on astrology and a "must" for anyone interested in learning more: Secrets from a S...
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