Focus on Aquarius incorporating Uranus and Saturn – By Elizabeth Rose PIN 7430

Those that have Uranus in Aquarius tend to have a good intuition and have amazing ideas.

They make loyal friends and like to help those in need.

A lot can have an aptitude for mechanical skills.

They can be a bit erratic and people can take advantage of them.

They seem to be popular wherever they go. 

About Uranus. 

It was discovered 1781 by a man called Sir William Herschel. At first he thought it was a comet as it is too dim to be seen with the naked eye. However, several years later it was confirmed as a planet.

Uranus takes 17 hours and 14 minutes to turn on its axis.

It takes a long time to go around the Sun – 84 years in fact!

Uranus has the coldest weather and coldest temperatures of any of the planets.

It is often called the Ice Giant.

It is estimated to be the seventh planet from the Sun

It has the fourth largest planetary mass in the Solar System.

Its composition is said to be very similar to Neptune.

It has a Radius of 25,362 km.

It is 2.871 billion km from the Sun.

It has 27 moons in various sizes all of which have names.

It has no solid surface.

It is known as a gas giant, but does differ in composition from Jupiter and Saturn.

It has a hydrogen layer and helium is mixed in.

Below it has rock and an ice core.

The minimum atmospheric temperature is -224c.

Saturn Rules Capricorn – By Elizabeth Rose PIN 7430

Saturn rules Capricorn

According to Roman Mythology Saturn was the father of Jupiter, who was king of the gods.

Those who have Saturn in Capricorn have a great love of power and have the tendency to dominate others.

They must learn to control it and learn about humility and use it in a good way to help others rather than to dominate.

You can actually see Saturn with the naked eye.

It is said that Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun.

It is best known for its fabulous ring system.

Saturn is the flattest planet.

Its upper atmosphere is divided into bands of clouds.

It is a gas giant and consists of hydrogen helium and methane amongst other gases.

The top layers are mostly ammonia ice.

It has oval shaped storms.

Saturn orbits the sun once every 29.4 Earth years.

It is 95 times more massive than Earth.

It is the second largest planet in the solar system.

It was first recorded in the 8th century BC.

It has a hurricane like storm over the South Pole.

Focus on Sagittarius incorporating Jupiter – By Elizabeth Rose PIN 7430

Jupiter is the ruling planet of the zodiac sign of Sagittarius.

It is one of the brightest objects in the sky and can be seen with the naked eye.

The Romans named it after one of their gods.

It is said to bring feelings of positiveness and optimism if in your sign.

It is the fifth planet from the sun and is absolutely huge – it is, in fact, the largest planet in the Solar System.

Jupiter has the shortest day of all the planets – it orbits the sun only every 11.8 earth years.

It has unique cloud features.

It has a radius of 69.911 km.

It is 778.5 million km from the sun.

It is a very windy planet.

It is known for the giant red spot, which is a spinning storm like a hurricane and is three and a half times the diameter of Earth.

The planet has a small rocky core – the mass ten times less than the Earth’s.

It is surrounded by dense liquid hydrogen that is ninety per cent of its diameter.

One year on Jupiter is twelve years on Earth.

It spins at 28,273 miles per hour, which is almost 28 times the speed of the Earth.

Jupiter has four sets of rings.

Sixty-seven moons surround Jupiter

Nine missions have visited Jupiter over the years.