I was born in Capricorn (don't judge me), but the Sun was in the center of Sagittarius at the time.
As an emeritus professor of astronomy, I am often questioned about the distinction between astrology and astronomy.
Astrology, which predicts one's destiny and fortune based on the positions of the Sun, Moon, stars, and planets, has been practiced since ancient times.
It was intertwined with the study of astronomy back then, and many ancient astronomers produced scientific observations that are still important today.
However, after Copernicus, Kepler, and Galileo learned that the planets circle the Sun rather than the Earth,
and Newton discovered the physical laws governing their motion, astrology and astronomy parted, never to be rejoined.
The Sun seems to move across a strip of sky including 12 ancient constellations, or star groups, during the course of a year.
They are known as the zodiac and are nearly exclusively made up of animal images such as the ram (Aries), crab (Cancer), and lion (Leo). Many
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