Virgo, a constellation and the sixth sign of the zodiac. The name means the virgin. The constellation contains Spica, a bright double star. In northern latitudes, Virgo is visible in the evening during the spring and early summer.
Wolves supposedly howl at it, a fairy tale claims a cow once jumped over it and legends say if you look hard enough, there's a man in it. Yes, the moon has a prominent place in popular culture, but there's a lot you might not know about Earth's little orbiting friend. Why doesn't it have soil? Why is its gravity so important? And are we really thinking of going back soon?
We can't defy the odds of an asteroid taking a turn for Earth forever, so the world's astronomers watch the sky. What happens once they spot something?