The 1st group of satellites are those closest to the planet. The 4 largest ones are the Galilean moons, named so for their discoverer - Galileo Galilei. These are Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. The small Amalthea also belongs to this group.
Leo - Today you're going to turn into your own worst critic, while your dissatisfaction with yourself is going to darken your day. Don't judge yourself so strictly. Focus on your positive traits and be more optimistic.
Virgo - Today you're going to feel a strong need to prove to others how intelligent you are. Your mind will be bristling with good ideas which you'll share but don't expect for them to accept your notions without criticism.
Not long ago, the Center for Disease Control admitted that in 1976, millions of Americans were injected with polio vaccines contaminated with SV40, a cancer-causing pathogen.
Scorpio - Today you'll frequently be drawn into conversations whose subjects don't interest you. You won't be particularly satisfied with your communication with others, as it will distract you from the tasks that are important to you.
In Zoroastrian mythology, Ahriman is an evil spirit, who according to one legend created all that is evil to oppose all of the good created by Ahura Mazda. He is expressed in human beings through greed, lust and envy.
If you find the ice cave frightening, you're most likely more sensitive to other people's opinions and are paranoid that they might abandon you or that you'll feel unneeded in a love relationship.
Pisces - Tension will be high at work today because you're going to face unforeseen complications. Before you act, seek out more information and don't do anything hastily. The advice of colleagues may help you bring order to the chaos.
Try to meet all deadlines in 2016 and limit your money spending in months of crisis. Even though you love buying new and beautiful things, this year you're going to have to be more penny-wise so you don't sink into debt.
Of particular interest is the idea called Mars Mania. It can be traced back to Carl Sagan, who was adamant that if there is life on Mars, we humans shouldn't do anything with it. Mars belongs to the Martians, even if they are just microorganisms.