NASA Says There's A NEW Astrological Sign! See If Yours Has Changed

Everyone's paying attention to those wild new photos from outer space, which allowed NASA to dust off one of its earlier investigations -- a study that could impact your astrological chart.

According to the agency's research, the ancient Babylonians, who came up with the idea of astrology in the first place, actually had 13 signs, but left one off because the idea conflicted with a 12-month calendar.

The missing 13th sign is known as Ophiuchus, and it falls between Scorpio and Sagittarius. People born under the sign are supposed to be very curious, hot-tempered and stubborn -- and the sign is represented by a man holding a snake.

Wedging in a 13th sign means the others would all change as well, and Your Tango says the "new" zodiac would now look like:

Capricorn: January 20 – February 16

Aquarius: February 17 – March 11

Pisces: March 12 – April 18

Aries: April 19 – May 13

Taurus: May 14 – June 21

Gemini: June 22 – July 20

Cancer: July 21 – August 10

Leo: August 11– September 16

Virgo: September 17 – October 31

Libra: November 1 – November 23

Scorpio: November 24 – November 29

Ophiuchus: November 30 – December 18

Sagittarius: December 19 – January 19


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