Re: New mammal discovered
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "msbhavens1" <msbhavens1@y...>
>Besides the possible new species of mammal discovered in the
> and several other scientific releases this week,
Indonesian portion of Borneo, there is news that the *Titanic* may
have broken up into three pieces rather than two when it sank; that
Saturn's moon Enceladus is geologically active; and that Mars may have
been so hostile to life in the past that no life would have been
possible on it.
any thoughts about
> where that is in the sky?Jupiter aligned with Pi Hydrae representing the obsolete constellation
Noctua the owl could be putting science in the spotlight, along with
Ceres' alignment with Ettanin (Gamma Draconis), given that a lot of
this news is kind of esoteric.
Vivian Robson's *The Fixed Stars and Constellations In Astrology* has
this about Noctua:
"It is said to give wisdom, discrimination, penetration, patience and
depth of thought and study." (p. 53)
Ebertin seems to suggest that Ettanin can be a bit strange and
withdrawn (*Fixed Stars and Their Interpretation*, p.74).
Mark A. Holmes