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Time Bombs

Several time bombs are in view this evening. The list includes most of the bright stars of Orion, which is low in the west, plus Spica, the brightest star of Virgo, in the southeast. All of these stars are destined to explode as supernovae.
Tags: Space, Orion, Virgo, Spica


Highlights for April 15-21, 2019: Hurry Up and Relax

Hurry up and relax Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. Click them to see the date and time where you are. V enus is a key planetary player this week, moving into a new sign and ruling the signs of both the Full Moon and the Sun’s new sign. It also makes the first important aspect of the week, a square to Jupiter. Tax day (in the U.S.) is hardly the best day for a Venus/Jupiter square (April 15, 4:15 pm PDT), especially when Jupiter is on the degree of the Sabian Symbol, ...
Tags: Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Mercury, Libra, Virgo, Aries, Astrology, Pisces, Weekly, Weekly highlights, U S Pacific Time


Gravitational Wave Detectors Spot Two Potential Black Hole Collisions in a Week

Less than two weeks after the gravitational wave detectors turned back on, they’ve already seen evidence of two pairs of colliding black holes.Read more...
Tags: Astronomy, Science, Black Holes, Virgo, Astrophysics, Ligo


3 Huge Questions the Black Hole Image Didn't Answer

An international network of radio telescopes has produced the first-ever close-up image of a black hole's shadow, which scientists revealed this morning (April 10). The collaboration, called the Event Horizon Telescope, confirmed decades of predictions of how light would behave around these dark objects, and set the stage for a new era of black hole astronomy."From a scale of zero to amazing, it was amazing," said Erin Bonning, an astrophysicist and black hole researcher at Emory University ...
Tags: Science, Canada, Stephen Hawking, Einstein, Virgo, Emory University, National Science Foundation, University of Waterloo, University of Amsterdam, Erin Bonning, Bonning, Avery Broderick, Huge Questions the Black Hole Image Didn, Hubble Heritage Team STScI, Event Horizons Telescope, Robert McNees


What's actually going on in that cryptic black hole photo?

"We have now seen the unseeable." These are the words spoken by astrophysicist Avery Broderick on Wednesday morning, one of some 200 scientists of the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration who captured humanity's first image of a black hole — a zone of space so gravitationally powerful that whatever light falls in can't possibly escape. "Black holes are gravity run amok," said Broderick. Yet, we now have a picture of "the unseeable." More precisely, we can see a prominent ring of super...
Tags: Science, Nasa, Earth, Albert Einstein, Milky Way, Mars, Event Horizon Telescope, Einstein, North Pole, Virgo, Los Alamos National Laboratory, National Science Foundation, Lai, Broderick, MacDonald, Georgia State University


What's actually going on in that cryptic black hole photo?

"We have now seen the unseeable."These were the words spoken by astrophysicist Avery Broderick on Wednesday morning, one of some 200 scientists of the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration who captured humanity's first image of a black hole -- a zone in space so gravitationally powerful that whatever light falls in can't possibly escape. "Black holes are gravity run amok," said Broderick.Yet, we now have a picture of "the unseeable."More precisely, we can see a prominent ring of super-he...
Tags: News, Nasa, Earth, Albert Einstein, Milky Way, Mars, Einstein, North Pole, Virgo, Los Alamos National Laboratory, National Science Foundation, Lai, Broderick, MacDonald, Georgia State University, Bentz


What The First Black Hole Photo Means For Astrology

This morning, for the first time ever, we saw it: a photo of a black hole. Red, black, and blurry, it looks like the Eye of Sauron, if you’re watching the Lord of the Rings without glasses. The black hole is located in Messier 87, a galaxy in the constellation Virgo, 55 million light years from Earth. “We have seen what we thought was unseeable,” astronomer Shep Doeleman, who led the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics' effort to capture the image, said during a news conference, reporte...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York City, Earth, New York Times, Einstein, Pluto, Sauron, Kourtney Kardashian, Virgo, Kelly, National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA, Messier, Chiron, Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Shep Doeleman


'Seeing the unseeable': Scientists reveal first photo of black hole

Black holes are monstrous celestial entities exerting gravitational fields so vicious that no matter or light can escape. The photo of the black hole at the center of Messier 87, or M87, a massive galaxy in the relatively nearby Virgo galaxy cluster, shows a glowing ring of red, yellow and white surrounding a dark center. The research was conducted by the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project, an international collaboration begun in 2012 to try to directly observe the immediate environment of ...
Tags: Science, Virgo, Event Horizon Telescope EHT


Remarkable photo of black hole released in astrophysics breakthrough

The team's observations of the black hole at the center of Messier 87, a massive galaxy in the nearby Virgo galaxy cluster, lend strong support to the theory of general relativity put forward in 1915 by physicist Albert Einstein to explain the laws of gravity and their relation to other natural forces. The research was conducted by the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project, an international collaboration begun in 2012 to try to directly observe the immediate environment of a black hole using a ...
Tags: Science, Albert Einstein, Event Horizon Telescope, Virgo, Messier, Event Horizon Telescope EHT, Sheperd Doeleman


Here's the stunning first recorded image of a massive black hole

On Wednesday morning, the National Science Foundation and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration released what they say is the first recorded image of a massive black hole. And it is stunning. Scientists have obtained the first image of a black hole, using Event Horizon Telescope observations of the center of the galaxy M87. The image shows a bright ring formed as light bends in the intense gravity around a black hole that is 6.5 billion times more massive than the Sun pic.twitter.com/AymX...
Tags: Science, India, Nasa, Earth, Virgo, National Science Foundation, Messier, Jim Bridenstine, Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration


Virgo – Nourishing Love!

Since we’ve covered the Leo love wave, let’s move to the next sign in the zodiac and talk about what it’s like to be loved by Virgo. Virgo love feeds your soul, and when they let you in, this is … Read More... Continue reading Virgo – Nourishing Love! at ElsaElsa .
Tags: Leo, Virgo, Astrology, Relating, Virgo Virgo


The Gravitational Wave Detectors Are Turning Back On and We're Psyched

The LIGO and Virgo gravitational wave detectors are set to resume their hunt for gravitational waves on April 1. This go-around, they’ll be even more sensitive thanks to a set of upgrades to their lasers, mirrors, and other components. This next run will be a big deal—for different reasons than the first two…Read more...
Tags: Astronomy, Science, Black Holes, Einstein, Gravitational Waves, Virgo, Astrophysics, Ligo, General Relativity


An experiment that solved a 100-year-old mystery posed by Einstein is about to turn back on — and it's more powerful than ever

Colliding black holes and neutron stars create ripples in spacetime, called gravitational waves. These were "heard" for the first time in September 2015.  On Monday, a pair of gravitational-wave detectors called LIGO will turn back on after 6 months of downtime and upgrades. To boost its power, the experiment will now work with a sister machine in Italy called Virgo. Physicists expect the next period of searching for colliding black holes to last a year and be 40% more sensitive than before. ...
Tags: Japan, Washington, Trends, Mit, Italy, Albert Einstein, Columbia University, Einstein, Virgo, Business Insider, Northwestern University, Ligo, Caltech, Livingston Louisiana, Peter Fritschel LIGO, Vicky Kalogera


Conversations With The Dying

I started visiting this old gal who is dying, back in November.  She’s got cancer all through her, into her fingers and toes. I really didn’t think she would be alive at this time but she is and I’m glad! … Read More... Continue reading Conversations With The Dying at ElsaElsa .
Tags: Death, Virgo, Astrology, Real Life, Relating, 8th-house


The Retreating Sea of Faith

And we are here as on a darkling plain, Swept with confused alarms of struggle and flight,Where ignorant armies clash by night. From Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold. The closing lines of Arnold’s masterpiece remind us that, no matter our own propensity for thoughtful introspection, we nonetheless, like the peaceful denizens of a placid shore, can at any moment, under a darkening sky, find ourselves threatened by the approach of distant storm-clouds and the onset of darkness. And the wo...
Tags: UK, Russia, US, Eu, United States, Nigel Farage, Saturn, Donald Trump, Pluto, Virgo, Capricorn, Astrology, Arnold, Hilary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Jeremy Corbyn


Happy Equinox! and a Guest Article: Millennials and Esoterism: A Rising Trend

Happy Equinox!  With this latest turn of the yearly wheel on March 20th I’ve decided to present a guest article by J. Duval, editor-in-chief at Edelwyn.   Looking at a Washington DC chart for this Equinox we see the Moon in Virgo rising which is perfect for this article about … [read more]
Tags: Washington Dc, Millennials, Virgo, Aries, Astrology, Tarot, Equinox, Moon In Virgo, Uranus in Taurus, Pluto in Capricorn, Intuitive Arts, Aries Equinox 2019, Edelwyn, J Duval, Millennials and Esoterism, Edelwyn Looking


Pisces New Moon: Xanadu

W e spent most of last week relaxing in our favorite seaside motel on California’s central coast. It’s a nice little place, not luxurious, but it stands directly across a narrow road from the ocean. We spend our days there walking along the boardwalk, taking naps, reading books, and eating simple meals with good wine. At night, we fall asleep to the sound of the surf. All in all, it’s heaven. This little village, Cambria, lies six miles south of Hearst Castle, the spectacular monument to exces...
Tags: California, Moon, William, Neptune, Virgo, Astrology, Pisces, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Lunar Phases, Hearst, Cambria, New Moon, Hearst Castle, Kublai Khan, Moonstone Beach, Pisces New Moon


Full Moon in Virgo February 2019 – The Art of Life

The Full Moon occurs at 15:53 (UT) on February 19, 2019 at 00°Vi42′. This is an interesting lunation as it takes place on 0 degrees of Virgo. Zero degrees are about beginnings, yet Full Moons bring things to a conclusion. So, we have a decision, crisis or resolution that involves a new beginning. Our attention is on details, so we might want to tweak our health regime or schedule to make life run more smoothly. Perhaps we want to up our skillset to get a better job or to be of service to the wor...
Tags: Earth, Neptune, Virgo, Astrology, Luna, Pallas, Chiron, Moon Phases, Full Moon in Virgo, SABIAN, Virgo Zero, Undina, Moon Undina


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


Weekly Forecast: February 18-22, 2019 – Full Moon In Virgo

This week leads with some heavy hitters. Right off the bat Monday, the Aquarius Sun sextiles Uranus at the end of Aries with Chiron between them at the last minute of the last degree of Pisces. THE SUSPENSE… it’s electric… … Read More... Continue reading Weekly Forecast: February 18-22, 2019 – Full Moon In Virgo at ElsaElsa .
Tags: Daily, Virgo, Aries, Astrology, Chiron


Love Horoscope for the Week of February 18

Are you really paying attention to the state of your love life and your personal relationships? More importantly, are you willing to do some work to change things for the better? If so, this could be a pivotal week for you. The week begins with Venus conjunct Saturn still in effect. On the one hand, this can have a definite cooling effect on your affections. On the other hand though, if you’re willing to roll up your sleeves and do the work, that work will be rewarded. And yes, I know — there...
Tags: Forecast, Pluto, Venus, Virgo, Astrology


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


Full Moon in Virgo: February 19, 2019 – Clean

The full moon in Virgo will take place at zero degrees of the sign, mid-morning on February 19th.  Virgo’s got to love this. It’s just so clean. If you’re a visual person, click here to see the chart. Perhaps you’ll see … Read More... Continue reading Full Moon in Virgo: February 19, 2019 – Clean 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


ColourPop's New Zodiac Pigments Are So Pretty (and Virgos, They Don't Break the Bank)

ColourPop is coming out with a new set that is dreamy enough to make even the most practical Virgo
Tags: Makeup, Mac, Beauty, Bank, Virgo, Eyeshadow, Beauty News, Beauty Trends, Colourpop, Kathleen Lights


ColourPop's New Zodiac Pigments So Pretty (and Virgos, They Don't Break the Bank)

ColourPop is coming out with a new set that is dreamy enough to make even the most practical Virgo
Tags: Makeup, Mac, Beauty, Bank, Virgo, Eyeshadow, Beauty News, Beauty Trends, Colourpop, Kathleen Lights


Black Panther Composer Ludwig Göransson On His Surreal Oscar Nom And Virgo Work Ethic

Ludwig Göransson’s morning was relatively chill for a first-time Oscar nominee. He woke up at the somewhat reasonable hour of 5:15 a.m. to watch Kumail Nanjiani and Tracee Ellis Ross announce the first wave of Academy Award nominations from the comfort of his own bed, streaming it on his wife’s phone. When his name was read as one of the nominees for Best Original Score, the Black Panther composer understandably freaked out. But a few phone calls later — one from his director and good friend Ry...
Tags: Hollywood, Sweden, La, Africa, Religion, America, Los Angeles, Ryan Coogler, Tracee Ellis Ross, Grammys, Virgo, Usc, Donald, Ryan, Donald Glover, Coogler


Virgo invests in 80 Acres Farms

Virgo Investment Group has made a “significant” investment in Cincinnati, Ohio-based 80 Acres Farms, an indoor farming company. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE CINCINNATI, Jan. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — 80 Acres Farms, a leader in the rapidly growing indoor vertical farming industry, announced it has received a significant investment from Virgo Investment Group, a San Francisco Bay Area based private equity firm that invests in companies transforming and disrupting high-potential ...
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A Week In Copenhagen On A $16,440 Income

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a grad student who makes $16,440 per year and spends some of her money this week on frozen berries for smoothies. Editor's note: All prices have been converted to U.S. dollars.Occupation: Grad StudentIndustry: Nutrition/Food ScienceAge: 26Location: Co...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Eu, Netflix, Denmark, Brussels, Kylie Jenner, Copenhagen, Black Mirror, Virgo, Marie Kondo, Gabrielle Bernstein, Lucie, Aperol, Keri Danielski