HORO­SCOPES

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Aries (March 21-April 19): Reded­i­cate your­self to your higher pur­pose. Cast your eyes abroad, and see if there are any re­sources you can use. Per­haps a friend there might host you while you travel or ob­tain some rare ma­te­ri­als from a spe­cific place. The ef­fort you have put into your work shows.

Tau­rus (April 20-May 20): You feel un­char­ac­ter­is­ti­cally chatty to­day. A long-lost friend­ship can ex­pe­ri­ence con­scious re­pair if you ad­dress it. Pub­lic con­ver­sa­tions—say, on a pod­cast or pub­lished in­ter­view—could gal­va­nize a com­mu­nity to ea­gerly con­trib­ute their re­sources.

Gem­ini (May 21-June 20): Your part­ner or best friend ex­pands your hori­zons in many ways. You both can ben­e­fit from plan­ning an ac­tiv­ity. Ex­plor­ing pos­si­bil­i­ties also lets you tune back into your shared val­ues, re­new­ing your ap­pre­ci­a­tion for your close con­nec­tion.

Can­cer (June 21-July 22): Bless­ings await you in the re­la­tion­ship depart­ment. Your woes in con­nect­ing ease up, and a sil­ver lin­ing emerges. You be­gin to ap­pre­ci­ate how peo­ple in­vest in you once you re­al­ize how sub­stan­tial the in­vest­ment. You find the en­ergy for mun­dane tasks that seem to mul­ti­ply unchecked. In 1690, the first pa­per money in Amer­ica was is­sued by the Mas­sachusetts Bay Colony.

In 1811, news­pa­per ed­i­tor Ho­race Gree­ley was born in Amherst, N.H. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): You may ex­pe­ri­ence a wel­come respite from re­cent toil at work, en­abling a prom­ise of fun. Nev­er­the­less, a long-term friend­ship or ro­man­tic part­ner­ship can be re­vi­tal­ized with a fresh wave of en­ergy to­day. There is po­ten­tial for love ev­ery­where you turn.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): All the hard hours you log in the lab are pay­ing off. You are hit­ting your stride now. You and your col­leagues might dis­cover a new way of col­lab­o­rat­ing. Th­ese pro­to­cols could spell out a stream­lined way of get­ting the job done more ef­fi­ciently.

Li­bra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): As your home life sim­mers down, your imag­i­na­tion soars. You ex­per­i­ment with ways to ex­press your­self while hav­ing fun. Re­turn to the source of your artistry, find your flow, and de­velop new po­ten­tial. Tor­rie T. Asai wrote, “Cre­ativ­ity is noth­ing but a mind set free.”

Scor­pio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Your roots are the source of a boon. This good for­tune may stem from your prop­erty or a fam­ily mem­ber. The whole point of hav­ing a foun­da­tion is that it sup­ports you, and now you ex­pe­ri­ence the sense of se­cu­rity first­hand. Use your bout of cos­mic luck to rein­vest in your do­mes­tic bliss.

the 16th Amend­ment to the U.S. Con­sti­tu­tion, pro­vid­ing for a fed­eral in­come tax, was rat­i­fied.

In 1913,

In 1959, rock-and-roll stars Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. “The Big Bop­per” Richard­son died in a small plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa.

In 1966, the Soviet probe Luna 9 be­came the first man­made ob­ject to make a Sagit­tar­ius (Nov. 22Dec. 21): Your will­ing­ness to take a chance shifts the dy­nam­ics in a pos­i­tive di­rec­tion. An is­sue con­cern­ing money and a rel­a­tive clears up if ev­ery­one takes re­spon­si­bil­ity for their share. Your fi­nan­cial pic­ture starts to im­prove. Wal­ter Pay­ton said, “We are stronger to­gether than we are alone.”

Capri­corn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): En­sur­ing your re­sources are se­cure al­ways amps your mood. To patch a leak, though, you first need to find it. Pour through your num­bers un­til you un­cover the drain. A few ex­pen­di­tures have re­cently eluded you. Nip trou­ble in the bud, and re­store your ac­counts.

Aquar­ius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You feel com­fort­able in your own skin. As you pro­ject your mes­sage, a bene­fac­tor comes to your aid. With such a wide net­work of peo­ple, you can do any­thing you de­sire. Co­op­er­a­tion on the mi­cro level leads to a big im­pact on the macro level.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): A mys­ti­cal mood sat­u­rates you to­day. If you give in to the im­pulse to tune out, you might dis­cover a hid­den mes­sage that has ben­e­fi­cial pro­fes­sional con­se­quences. When you lead from your pur­pose, your work feels more aligned, lead­ing to a greater sense of well­be­ing.

soft land­ing on the moon.

In 1994, the space shut­tle Dis­cov­ery lifted off, car­ry­ing Sergei Krikalev), the first Rus­sian cos­mo­naut to fly aboard a U.S. space­craft.

In 1995, Dis­cov­ery blasted off with a wo­man, Air Force Lieu­tenant Colonel Eileen Collins, in the pi­lot’s seat for the first time in NASA his­tory.

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