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### Your November Horoscope Is Here

THURSDAY'S horoscope arrives with the Moon in Aquarius and the Sun Daily Horoscope for November YOUR star sign reading, zodiac . Discard that which is not serving us will provide an energetic push . LIFE AFTER DEATH: Woman believes she met GOD and THIS is what he was wearing. Your November Horoscope: Jupiter moves into Sagittarius! The Standard Think joy meets practicality. Then post it all over social media, and sway all your friends to do the same; effecting positive action. Venus, the planet of love and beauty, turns direct on November 15, if you had relationship upsets. Johannes Kepler was a German astronomer, mathematician, and astrologer. He is a key figure Died, November 15, () (aged 58) . Kepler was born on December 27, the feast day of St John the Evangelist, , in the in Graz, demonstrating the periodic conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter in the zodiac: .

First, bring your family, friends, and neighbors with you to vote. On November 7th, there is a new moon in Scorpio always a BFFactivating your house of romance, creativity, and kids. The next day, Jupiter, the planet of education, travel, and philosophy enters into Sagittarius. Jupiter will hang out for the next 13 months in your 6th house of self-care, work, and the day-to-day mundane stuff we all must do. But you've got over a year to work on yourself. Cancer, you are renowned for taking care of others.

Please, now it's time to focus on you. Indulge and engage in self-care. Get inspired, take a nutrition class, try a new exercise, and make sure to infuse passion into each day. At the same time, beware, Jupiter expands everything, which may include your waistline. Watch what you eat and keep up with your doc appointments.

Venus returns on November 15th; she will help smooth over any relationship issues. She's in Libra, the lovely diplomate activating your 4th house of home and family. Hosting Thanksgiving at your home could turn out lovely. The very next day, Mercury goes retrograde.

Do the retrograde protection protocol: There may also be miscommunications with your co-workers. Please be mindful of your sensitive side, Cancer.

With Mercury in, Sag, a sensitivity chip could go missing. Fear not; Mercury goes direct again in 3 weeks; you'll get through it.

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In the meantime, book a massage, hire a trainer and take a long nap. Leo July Aug 22 Lucky Leo! November brings in some well-needed change. Are you hosting a voting party? If not, organize one.

You know how to turn anything into a celebration. Vote first, party after--got it? The new moon in Scorpio falls on November 7th, highlighting home and family. This year, don't look to friends; instead go home to family or host Thanksgiving dinner at your place. The 8th welcomes a major celestial event as Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion, enters Sagittarius, your partner in crime.

Jupiter will be in your 5th house of creativity, romance, and joy. This is also Leo's natural house, though Jupiter hasn't resided here since So, how do you see yourself in a year? Envision it and make it happen. Always magnetic, you're flaunting extra charisma now. If attached, spice it up. The stage is yours, Leo!

Maybe take that acting class you've always wanted. Join a new meet up group. Just find a creative activity as an outlet and fly. Venus, the planet of love and beauty, turns direct on November 15, if you had relationship upsets, misunderstanding, she is here to mend them. She is in Libra, creating beauty and harmony, she's asking you to be nice to your siblings, especially over the Holidays, try not to hog all the attention.

Mercury retrogrades 3 times a year and will go again on November 16th: So, back up your computer, double check all communications. Also, realize everyone may get annoyed with you during this time. Fall back on Jupiter's energy of change; please, prideful Leo; don't let it go to waste! Virgo Aug Sep 22 Take a breath, dear Virgo November is going to be a relentless, busy month. I know you have already researched all of the candidates, amendments, and single items on the voting ballot, along with the nuances of how to make the process flow seamlessly.

As the zodiac's most dutiful sign, please share this information with everyone you can--pronto! On November 7th, a new moon moves into Scorpio, your 3rd house, ruling attitude, mind, and communications.

So, next up, Virgo, take the time to consciously release negative, critical thoughts. They just do not serve you and will hold things back.

This is a time of expansion! The big, celestial event of November occurs the very next day November 8th when Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion, enters Sagittarius. Get ready to enjoy a much-needed shift forward. Jupiter in Sagittarius brings optimism, extravagance, and tolerance. Whatever Jupiter touches grows and improves.

**Horoscope: November 14th -15th**

Jupiter will be activating your 4th house for the next 13th months! Now get busy on the home front. It's an ideal time to renovate, move, or expand your physical home. Family relationships can become healthier, more accepting, and loving during this time.

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Still, be careful; with Jupiter in Sagittarius, you must exercise excellent boundaries; maybe even lower your expectations. Budget wisely as things may cost more than planned. Protect your heart as relationships expand. And be prepared, especially when ruling Mercury goes retrograde on November 16th, if your calls, emails, or texts are ignored. Heed the warnings, Virgo; Best to lower your expectations of people at this time; it will save your relationships, I promise.

Libra Sep Oct 22 Are you ready to lead, Libra? Well, we need you It's voting time; and as the Zodiac's quintessential diplomat, please rally everyone you can to head to the polls. You'll certainly be the most glamorous group of voters.

November is jam-packed with celestial happenings that shine light upon you. On November 15th, the new moon lands in your 2nd house of self-worth and talent.

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Your talent is huge. Showcase it with the rest of us; and please, encourage others to do the same. The very next day November 16thJupiter the wise planet of expansion, education, travel, and luck slides into Sagittarius, your great ally in the sky!

Jupiter comes to inspire optimism and tolerance. He will be in your 3rd house of communications, intellect, and siblings for the next 13 months.

Use this time to lean in Libra--study, learn, connect more deeply to your community and family. Just get inspired by the promise of future potential and new growth!

Balance it all by taking to the cushion--Meditation will help quiet your thoughts and keep you grounded. The same day, guiding planet Venus is back in your first house, moving forward.

This will bring more of your magic back! Libra, we all need heapings of kindness, tolerance, and love, especially now.

And you're the one to lead the way. I wish you the best year yet, one full of delicious surprises. First, please go vote. You don't have to share given your penchant for privacy. Plus, you've probably already voted absentee so noone was looking over your shoulder at the ballot booth. So that's the same thing as dividing by factorial. So this is equal to factorial over factorial over squared. And of course, for this case, it's almost silly to worry about the factorials, but it becomes useful once we have something larger than two terms up here.

So by the same logic, this right here is going to be equal to factorial over factorial over squared. And actually, just another interesting point. How did we get this ? Sorry, how did we get this factorial? Well, minus 2 isright? And that makes sense because we only wanted two terms up here. We only wanted two terms right here. So we wanted to divide by a factorial that's two less. And so we'd only get the highest two terms left. This is also equal to-- you could write this as factorial divided by minus 2 factorial minus 2 is factorial and then you just end up with those two terms and that's that there.

And then likewise, this right here, this numerator you could rewrite as factorial divided by minus and we had 3 people-- factorial. And that should hopefully make sense, right? This is the same thing as factorial-- well divided by 3 is factorial. And so that's equal to times times all the way down. Divided by times all the way down. And that'll cancel out with everything else and you'd be just left with that. And that's that right there. So by that same logic, this top part here can be written as factorial over what?

And I did all of that just so I could show you kind of the pattern and because this is frankly easier to type into a calculator if you know where the factorial button is. So let's figure out what this entire probability is. So turning on the calculator, we want-- so let's do the numerator.

Divided by factorial and that's the whole numerator. And now we want to divide the numerator by to the 30th power. Let the calculator think and we get 0. Actually 37 if you rounded, which is equal to Now, just so you remember what we were doing all along, this was the probability that no one shares a birthday with anyone.

This was the probability of everyone having distinct, different birthdays from everyone else. Or another way you could write it as that's 1 minus 0. That means 1 minus 0. So the probability that someone shares a birthday with someone else is 0. Which is approximately equal to Which is kind of a neat result because if you have 30 people in a room you might say, oh wow, what are the odds that someone has the same birthday as someone else? It's actually pretty high. So that's kind of a neat problem.

And kind of a neat result at the same time. Anyway, see you in the next video. Related issues of atmospheric refraction applied to all astronomical observations. Through most ofKepler paused his other work to focus on optical theory; the resulting manuscript, presented to the emperor on January 1,was published as Astronomiae Pars Optica The Optical Part of Astronomy. In it, Kepler described the inverse-square law governing the intensity of light, reflection by flat and curved mirrors, and principles of pinhole camerasas well as the astronomical implications of optics such as parallax and the apparent sizes of heavenly bodies.

He also extended his study of optics to the human eye, and is generally considered by neuroscientists to be the first to recognize that images are projected inverted and reversed by the eye's lens onto the retina. The solution to this dilemma was not of particular importance to Kepler as he did not see it as pertaining to optics, although he did suggest that the image was later corrected "in the hollows of the brain" due to the "activity of the Soul. He argued that if a focus of a conic section were allowed to move along the line joining the foci, the geometric form would morph or degenerate, one into another.

In this way, an ellipse becomes a parabola when a focus moves toward infinity, and when two foci of an ellipse merge into one another, a circle is formed. As the foci of a hyperbola merge into one another, the hyperbola becomes a pair of straight lines.

## Daily Horoscope for November 15: YOUR star sign reading, zodiac and astrology forecast TOD

He also assumed that if a straight line is extended to infinity it will meet itself at a single point at infinitythus having the properties of a large circle. Kepler began systematically observing the nova. Astrologically, the end of marked the beginning of a fiery trigonthe start of the about year cycle of great conjunctions ; astrologers associated the two previous such periods with the rise of Charlemagne c. It was in this context, as the imperial mathematician and astrologer to the emperor, that Kepler described the new star two years later in his De Stella Nova.

In it, Kepler addressed the star's astronomical properties while taking a skeptical approach to the many astrological interpretations then circulating. He noted its fading luminosity, speculated about its origin, and used the lack of observed parallax to argue that it was in the sphere of fixed stars, further undermining the doctrine of the immutability of the heavens the idea accepted since Aristotle that the celestial spheres were perfect and unchanging.

The birth of a new star implied the variability of the heavens. In an appendix, Kepler also discussed the recent chronology work of the Polish historian Laurentius Suslyga ; he calculated that, if Suslyga was correct that accepted timelines were four years behind, then the Star of Bethlehem —analogous to the present new star—would have coincided with the first great conjunction of the earlier year cycle.

Astronomia nova[ edit ] The extended line of research that culminated in Astronomia nova A New Astronomy —including the first two laws of planetary motion —began with the analysis, under Tycho's direction, of Mars' orbit.

Kepler calculated and recalculated various approximations of Mars' orbit using an equant the mathematical tool that Copernicus had eliminated with his systemeventually creating a model that generally agreed with Tycho's observations to within two arcminutes the average measurement error.

But he was not satisfied with the complex and still slightly inaccurate result; at certain points the model differed from the data by up to eight arcminutes. The wide array of traditional mathematical astronomy methods having failed him, Kepler set about trying to fit an ovoid orbit to the data. As a physical basis, Kepler drew by analogy on William Gilbert's theory of the magnetic soul of the Earth from De Magnete and on his own work on optics. Kepler supposed that the motive power or motive species [39] radiated by the Sun weakens with distance, causing faster or slower motion as planets move closer or farther from it.

Based on measurements of the aphelion and perihelion of the Earth and Mars, he created a formula in which a planet's rate of motion is inversely proportional to its distance from the Sun. Verifying this relationship throughout the orbital cycle, however, required very extensive calculation; to simplify this task, by late Kepler reformulated the proportion in terms of geometry: After approximately 40 failed attempts, in early he at last hit upon the idea of an ellipse, which he had previously assumed to be too simple a solution for earlier astronomers to have overlooked.

Because he employed no calculating assistants, however, he did not extend the mathematical analysis beyond Mars. By the end of the year, he completed the manuscript for Astronomia nova, though it would not be published until due to legal disputes over the use of Tycho's observations, the property of his heirs.

He also attempted unsuccessfully to begin a collaboration with Italian astronomer Giovanni Antonio Magini. Some of his other work dealt with chronology, especially the dating of events in the life of Jesusand with astrology, especially criticism of dramatic predictions of catastrophe such as those of Helisaeus Roeslin.