Parke Kunkle, who teaches astronomy at Minneapolis Community and Technical College, talks with a reporter about the changing astrological signs in his office in Minneapolis, Minn., Friday, Jan. 14, 2011. Kunkle told a newspaper interviewer that the Earth's wobbly orbit means it's no longer aligned to the stars in the same way as when the signs of the zodiac were first conceived. That means when astrologers say the sun is in Pisces, it's really in Aquarius, and so on, Kunkle said. (AP Photo/Craig Lassig)

Parke Kunkle, who teaches astronomy at Minneapolis Community and Technical College, talks with a reporter about the changing astrological signs in his office in Minneapolis, Minn., Friday, Jan. 14, 2011. Kunkle told a newspaper interviewer that the Earth's wobbly orbit means it's no longer aligned to the stars in the same way as when the signs of the zodiac were first conceived. That means when astrologers say the sun is in Pisces, it's really in Aquarius, and so on, Kunkle said. (AP Photo/Craig Lassig)

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