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Evolution stellaire Les six types possibles d’évolution stellaire selon la masse initiale de la protoétoile : protoétoile – supergéante bleue – trou noir; protoétoile – supergéante bleue – supernova et trou noir; protoétoile – supergéante bleue – supergéante rouge – supernova et étoile à neutrons; protoétoile – étoile de type solaire – géante rouge – nébuleuse planétaire – naine blanche; protoétoile – naine rouge – naine blanche; protoétoile – naine brune. Crédit : CXC/M. Weiss

Evolution stellaire Les six types possibles d’évolution stellaire selon la masse initiale de la protoétoile : protoétoile – supergéante bleue – trou noir; protoétoile – supergéante bleue – supernova et trou noir; protoétoile – supergéante bleue – supergéante rouge – supernova et étoile à neutrons; protoétoile – étoile de type solaire – géante rouge – nébuleuse planétaire – naine blanche; protoétoile – naine rouge – naine blanche; protoétoile – naine brune. Crédit : CXC/M. Weiss

The Sun takes approximately 365 days to travel through the Zodiac, and spends 30 days in each sign. (There are 30 degrees in a sign). The Sun's daily motion is roughly of one degree. In astrology, as viewed from the Earth, neither the Sun nor the Moon retrogrades. The luminaries, i.e. the Sun and the Moon, are the only "planets" which never move backwards on the Zodiac as they perform their endless dance.  The Sun is the planetary ruler of the sign Leo and the 5th House.

The Sun takes approximately 365 days to travel through the Zodiac, and spends 30 days in each sign. (There are 30 degrees in a sign). The Sun's daily motion is roughly of one degree. In astrology, as viewed from the Earth, neither the Sun nor the Moon retrogrades. The luminaries, i.e. the Sun and the Moon, are the only "planets" which never move backwards on the Zodiac as they perform their endless dance. The Sun is the planetary ruler of the sign Leo and the 5th House.

Putting things in perspective: In 1990, Voyager 1 took the famous "Pale Blue Dot" picture looking back at Earth

Putting things in perspective: In 1990, Voyager 1 took the famous "Pale Blue Dot" picture looking back at Earth

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