Is astrology wrong

NASA and the 13th zodiac sign Are all horoscopes wrong?

All clear for everyone in whose life horoscopes are important: Nothing will change. Because what NASA has published on its children's learning site SpacePlace and what caused a stir, especially on the pages of many women's magazines, is actually a very old story. There is a 13th constellation in the annual calendar that the sun currently runs through from November 30th to December 18th. And the message from the scientists is: It has nothing to do with what we do. Because "astrology is not astronomy".

The Babylonians knew

To explain this, NASA researchers tell the story of the Babylonians. They introduced the system of signs of the zodiac, which is still used today, 3,000 years ago. And they knew the 13th sign of the zodiac, the serpent bearer, in Latin Opiuchus. For the sake of order, however, the Babylonians decided not to use Opiuchus. But the system is also out of date for another reason. Because the earth has continued to turn in the truest sense of the word. For example, whoever was born a Leo among the Babylonians, the text explains, is now a Cancer. Due to the fluctuations in the earth's axis, the signs have changed, according to NASA.

We can all breathe easy

Because of all the excitement, NASA has now spoken out and given the all-clear. "We didn't change any of the signs of the zodiac, we just did the math," NASA expert Laurie Cantillo told the BBC Observations of the night sky were made. "