Astronomers from the European Southern Observatory have created an app that shows you a glimpse of your birthday with a special app for the calendar app.
The Astrological Calculator, developed by astronomers at the ESO in collaboration with the French-based Astrolab company, is now available in the app store for iOS and Android.
The app, which is also available for Apple Watch, was developed to give the calendar a new dimension of precision.
The app allows users to add or remove birthdays from their calendar to the calendar, as well as a timeline and a summary of their birthdays.
It also displays all of the astronomical objects and dates that they can view, including the sun, moon, planets and stars, according to the ESOP website.
Astronomers in the ESOC’s Astrophysics Division, which studies space and its interactions with the planets and solar system, have been experimenting with the app for years.
The astronomers hope it will help them to find new ways to predict and measure the evolution of the solar system.
The project was first revealed in the journal Nature in 2015.
Astrology is a science of the heavens that combines the ideas of astrology and physics.
The most famous astrologers of the 19th century were Isaac Newton and Johannes Kepler, both of whom predicted that the Earth and Sun would rotate around the sun at some point in the future.
Astrological calculations were made by the ancient Egyptians using mathematical methods, and later developed by Johannes Kepler.
Astrologers in the Middle Ages were able to predict the future with the help of astrological predictions.
But the rise of science and technology changed this.
Astrophysicists have now been able to use technology to predict future events using a mathematical algorithm.
This is the first time in human history that a prediction algorithm has been used to predict a future event.