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بُرج قوس (Sagittarius)
Astronomy VS Astrology
From the very beginning, man is inspired by moon, sun, stars and planets. Initially, Astronomy and Astrology were considered as same thing. All great scientists (Pythagoras, Aristotle, Plato, Galileo, Kepler, and Newton) developed their theories about Earth's relationship with stars, planets, sun and moon.
In 18th century, Astronomy and Astrology were separated. Astronomy became pure science whose purpose is to get information about other stars & planets.
- Is there "Aliens" i.e. something similar to humans, on other stars & planets?
- Can Aliens attack on us i.e. humans of earth?
- How to remain safe from Aliens?
- How to understand their language and make them our friends?
- Is it possible for humans to live permanently at some star or planet? in case our earth is destroyed by strong nuclear bombs or if some star collides with our earth.
Currently, NASA; which is the space research agency of USA, is doing a lot of reseach in Astronomy.
Astrology, on the other hand, deals with personality of humans. It divides humans into 12 groups depending on their nature and behaviour. A star is assigned to each group.
Some people are very social, they easily mixup with others. Some people dont like to mixup with others, they remain in a limited and selective social circle. Some persons easily become angry, while some persons take things lightly and dont mind jokes etc.
Astrology also tries to predict future of these 12 stars. It uses Mathematics, Astronomy, knowledge of numbers, position of planets, moon and sun etc for prediction.
History of Human's Travel to Moon
1959: The first robot (of Soviet Union, now Russia) reached the surface of Moon.
1969: The first man Mr. Neil Armstrong (of USA) placed his feet on the surface of Moon.
USA is the only country who has successfully sent humans to Moon. USA has successfully done it 6 times (Last one was in 1972). Each time, 1 person remained in the module orbiting around Moon; and 2 persons went down on Moon. Hence, total [2 x 6 = 12] lucky persons have placed their feet on Moon so far.