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Friday, April 15, 2011


NASA has put together a website which publishes all kinds of pictures and information which their WISE (Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer) is taking.


The Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, will scan the entire sky in infrared light, picking up the glow of hundreds of millions of objects and producing millions of images. The mission will uncover objects never seen before, including the coolest stars, the universe's most luminous galaxies and some of the darkest near-Earth asteroids and comets.


Dec. 14, 2009 6:09 am PST Vandenberg Airforce Base

Sun 23 Sagittarius; ASC 11 Sagittarius; Moon 1 Sagittarius; MC 25 Virgo; NN 23 Capricorn Rx

Wow. A broad-minded triple Sagittarius! How's that for something called "Wide-Field?"

Sun is conjunct Venus in the first House and is squaring a tight conjuntion of H3 planets Chiron 23 Aquarius-Jupiter 24 Aquarius-Neptune 25 Aquarius. This means that chart ruler Jupiter is in the 3d house of communications.

Moon is in the 12th House of the chart and is squaring Uranus which is in the 3d house (c. IC) and is also ruler of that house.

Thought my computer program was broken. Saturn back in 2009 during this launch was at 4 Libra so it has barely budged from that spot. It was in the 10th House of this chart which is its natal house and was squaring 1st House Pluto 3 Capricorn.

Mercury was also in the 1st house.

Where was Mars? Oh, Mars was in Leo up in the 9th house trining the Sun-Venus conjunction.

No wonder the photos are so beautiful.
Here they are: http://wise.ssl.berkeley.edu/gallery_images.html

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