Over the course of one year, the sun moves between Earth and different 13 constellations. The Babylonians determined that only 12 constellations could find in a calendar year, so they left off the thirteenth sign, Ophiuchus. Recently NASA re-acknowledged Ophiuchus, which creates a large shift in the calendar dates for each sign. But what does that sign really mean and how accurate is it?
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