A fabulous moment in history -- Earthlings have gone to Pluto!
For the first time ever, after a journey of more than 3 billion miles and 9 years, a human-made spacecraft buzzed by Pluto within just 7,800 miles of the surface on July 14, 2015.
And we all know astrologers LOVE Pluto! (Or are just too intimidated to say otherwise.) In any case, we at least love to talk about him. So, to celebrate this historic event, Kepler College hosted its own Pluto Flyby Party on July 14.
If you missed the live event, view the recording!
Maggie Nalbandian was born on April 5, 1937 at 15:00 (3:00 PM) in Plainview (Hale County), Texas. She died in June 2015. Maggie founded a bookstore, an annual astrological conference and Kepler College.
The bookstore was a starting point for Maggie's enthusiasm and energy. In her own words:
Instructor: Ryhan Butler
Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Astrology
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Instructor: Elena Lumen
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