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Chapter 1: Introduction
Astrophysics for Astrologers
Interpreting Deep Space Points
Part II: The Radio Sky
The Earth's Aura
The Kinds of Celestial Light
The Types of Light
Radio Frequencies
Higher Frequencies
Part III: Astrophysical Directions
The Sacred Zodiac
Solar System
The Planets of Our Solar System
The Sun
The Moon
Mother Moon
Invariable Plane of the Solar System
Invariable Plane
The Asteroids
The Trojan Asteroids
Chapter 3: Beyond the Solar System
The Solar Wind
Meteors Table
Famous Meteorite Craters
The Head of the Comet
Spectacular Comets
Table of Comets
Chapter 4: Local Star System
The Nearest Stars
Near Stars Table
The Local System (Gould's Belt)
The Plane of the Local System
Via Combusta -- The Southern Stream
Chapter 5: The Milky Way Galaxy
Our Local Spiral Arm Region
Our Galaxy
The Galactic Sphere
The Galactic disk
The Location of Our Sun
Spiral Arms
Differential Rotation
How Differential Rotation Works
Interstellar Dust
Windows to the Galaxy
Dark Nebulae
Dark Clouds and Interstellar Dust
Solar Apex
Star Streaming
Type of Solar Motion Table
The Galactic Center (GC)
The Galactic Nucleus
The Birthplace of Stars
A Star is Born
Stellar Equilibrium
The Stellar Prime of Life
A Red Giant
A Supernova
The End of Life for Stars
A Neutron Star
The Black Hole
Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram
Using Stars with your Natal Chart
Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram II
The Time Table for Our Sun in Years
Chapter 7: The Kinds of Stars
Double Stars
Double Stars: Equal Doubles
Double Stars: Unequal Doubles
Double Stars: Multiple Stars
Double Stars: Triple Stars
Rapid Binary
One star in very tight orbit around a larger star
Physical Doubles or Binaries
Visual Binaries
W. Virginis and RV Tauri Stars
Long-Period Variables
Semi-Regular Variables
Irregular Variables
Flare Stars
Flare Star Table
Magnetic Stars
Magnetic Stars Table
Novae: Exploding Stars
Dwarf Novae, Novae, and Recurrent Novae
Dwarf Novae
Recurrent Novae
Table of Novae
Table of Supernovae
Supernovae Remnants
White Dwarf Stars
White Dwarfs
Wolf-Rayet Stars
Wolf Rayet Table
Table of Constellations
The Named Stars
The Fixed Stars
Star Clusters
Open or Galactic Star Clusters
Table of Open Clusters
The Globular Star Clusters
Table of Globular Clusters
The Stellar Associations
Table of O-Associations
Table of T-Associations
Chapter 10: Deep Space Objects
Emission Nebulae
Reflection Nebulae
Table of Bright Diffuse Nebulae
Planetary Nebulae
Planetary Nebula
Chapter 11: The Non-Visual Sky
Radio Sky
Supernova Remnants
Radio Sources
Objects within our solar system
XRays, Black Holes
X-Ray Points
Infrared Points
Table of Infrared Points
Chapter 12: External Galaxies
The Magellanic Cloud
Local Group of Galaxies
The Dwarf Systems in the Local Group
Motion of the Galaxy and the Local Group
Direction of Motion of the Galaxy
Clustering Among Galaxies
The Local Supergalaxy
The Virgo Clusters
Clusters of Galaxies
Galaxies Table
Chapter 13: The Messier Catalogue
The Messier Catalog
Cosmic Structure
Local System of Stars
Our SuperGalaxy
Cosmic Centers
Chapter 14: Mapping the Birth Chart
Steps in Mapping the Chart
Maps of the Earth and Heavens
The Moment of Birth and the Natal Chart
The Equatorial Sphere
Plotting Your Birth Chart on a Star Map
The Earth’s Tilt
The Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn
Planet Longitude and Latitude
From the Sky to the Chart Form: Part 1
From the Sky to the Chart Form: Part 2
From the Sky to the Chart Form: Part 3
Snapshots of Earth at a Birth
The Ecliptic Sphere
The Celestial/Equatorial Sphere
The Horizon Sphere
The Tropical Zodiac or Ecliptic
The Ecliptic Plane
Geographic and Celestial Latitude
Circles of Latitude
North and South Circles
Cities on the Same Meridian
Longitude and Latitude
Longitude Meridian
Meridian Alignment
Horizon Coordinates
The Horizon System
The Pole Star (North Star)
The Obliquity of the Ecliptic
The Band of the Zodiac
Ecliptic Coordinate System
Equatorial Coordinates
Horizon Coordinate System
Mapping the Birth Chart
The Summer Sky
Introduction Summary
Summary of Ideas
More: The Natal Horizon
More yet: Cosmic Systems
Last But Not Least
The Pleiades: Most Photographed Object
Pleiades Map
Space Coordinate Systems
Discovering Coordinate Systems
A Central Starting Point
Connecting the Dots
Resolving the Equatorial Plane
The Circle of Best Fit
The Poles
Chapter 15: Centers and Circulation
Cycles, Circles, Centers, and Circulation
Local Attraction
So Inclined
Cosmic Systems and Centers
Chapter 16: Star Catalog
CG Clusters of Galaxies
CS Cosmic Structure
DI Diffuse Nebulae
DN Dark Nebulae
EB Eclipsing Binaries
FL Flare Stars
G Galaxies
GA Galactic Associations
GC Galactic Clusters
IF Infrared Points
OC Open Clusters
P Pulsars
PL Planetary Nebula
Q Quasars
R Radio Points
X X-Ray
Chapter 17: Catalog of Stellar Objects
Michael Erlewine
Michael Erlewine
A Brief Bio of Michael Erlewine
Example Astro*Image Card
Personal Astrology Readings
The Heart Center House
Heart Center Library
The All-Music Guide / All-Movie Guide
Heart Center Meditation Room
Heart Center Symbol
Music Career
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The Astrology of Space

The Astrology of Space

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