NASA created very some excitement when news of the space office changing the 12 zodiac signs, including a thirteenth sign called Ophiuchus, surfaced on the web. Notwithstanding, NASA has denied such claims and said that with or without the adjustment in zodiac signs, soothsaying is still fake.


The ruckus was created when Cosmopolitan posted an article, saying that NASA has chosen to change the prophetic signs without precedent for a long time. The article says that the change was brought on by the stars and Earth’s hub being distinctive today than it was before.

In any case, in a late post of NASA on Tumblr, the space organization cleared up that they didn’t change the zodiac signs yet just illuminated the actualities and count. NASA advance said that there is a major distinction amongst crystal gazing and cosmology, the last being the logical investigation of everything in space.

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“Soothsaying is something else. It’s not science. Nobody has demonstrated that crystal gazing can be utilized to anticipate the future or portray what individuals resemble in view of their introduction to the world dates,” NASA underlined.

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They assumed thirteenth zodiac sign called Ophiuchus is known to be the “snake carrier” in crystal gazing. It is situated between the Aquila, Serpens and Hercules groups of stars, Inverse reports. There are in truth 13 zodiac signs, yet the Babylonians partitioned the zodiac signs to 12 to fit to their logbook.

“The Space Place highlight that started this is about how crystal gazing is not cosmology, how it was a relic of antiquated history, and brought up the science and math that originate from perceptions of the night sky,” Laurie Cantillo of the Planetary Exploration, Heliophysics told BBC Trending.

Man's Hand in Shallow Focus and Grayscale PhotographyBe that as it may, for those inquisitive to realize what their new zodiac signs would be if NASA changed the zodiacs, here’s a logbook including the thirteenth sign Ophiuchus