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NASA uncovers new horoscope – and it may mean you’re following wrong zodiac sign

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Space agency NASA has revealed how the Babylonians identified 13 constellations in the zodiac – but ditched the star sign Ophiuchus as it didn’t fit perfectly with the earth’s rotation

What is your Chinese Zodiac sign?

NASA has sent horoscope lovers’ heads into a spin by revealing the Babylonians identified a 13th star sign that nobody talks about – Ophiuchus.

The mystery sign is supposedly the horoscope of those born between November 29 and December 17.

And if it was used as an official star sign today it would shift horoscopes for the rest of the year, meaning the one you have been following may actually be wrong.

For example Pisces is February 19 to March 20 but could potentially actually be March 11 to April 18.

NASA published the findings in a blog post in January 2016 based on claims from the Babylonians who looked into the zodiac in a bid to try to understand the planet.

However news of Ophiuchus has since re-emerged and got a lot of people talking.

Ophiuchus(Getty Images/iStockphoto)

The space agency wrote that the Babylonians knew the signs didn’t fit perfectly with the earth’s rotation.

“The Babylonians lived over 3,000 years ago,” the blog post reads.

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