One of the solar system’s largest — and perhaps the most geometric — storm systems surrounds the north pole of Saturn. This prominent feature of Saturn’s atmosphere not only appears as a geometric hexagonal pattern, but it has also sported a distinctive blue hue, contrasting with the pale golden atmosphere that makes up the rest of Saturn’s clouds to the south. But recently, it has been found that the region has made a dramatic chromatic shift, turning from its typical blue color, to gold.
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Another prediction from the Master of the Key comes true: Astronomers have discovered planets orbiting a distant star in a formation which looks a lot like our own solar system. Have we received any visitors?
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Now that astronomers say that Pluto can no longer be considered a planet, what are astrologers going to do? Pluto may have been put into limbo by astronomers, but it’s still on astrology charts, and nobody plans to remove it.
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It took a hacker’s threat to get scientists to reveal the existence of the 10th planet that has recently been discovered in the Kuiper Belt beyond the orbit of Pluto. Why the information was being kept secret is unknown.

Alicia Chang writes in the (UK) Independent that a conference announcing the discovery of the newest planet in our solar system was quickly set up by Michael Brown, of the California Institute of Technology, after a the website that originally announced the discovery had been hacked and the hacker threatened to release the information.
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