The week of love is upon us and that means romance is in the air. Whether this week calls for some creativity in the bedroom or an epic Galentine's Day, we're here to help guide you.\nScroll down to see what you can expect this week in Canada based on your Zodiac sign.\nREAD ALSO: Here's Which Montreal Restaurant To Take Your Date Based On Their Zodiac Sign\nTL;DR A new week, a new weekly horoscope. Here's what you can expect this week in Canada based on your Zodiac sign. I've done the digging so you don't have to. Scroll down to find your sign and see what will unfold in your professional life, romantic life, health, and overall happiness.\nView this post on Instagram Our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured the smoking gun of a newborn star! ⭐️ Stars are born in dark clouds of gas and dust. But star formation is an energetic process, and newly-formed stars can send out a brilliant display of lights called Herbig-Haro objects. These objects form as jets of hot gas spewed by the newborn star collide with the surrounding matter at high speeds. In this image, these five objects can be seen at the top center as bright blue streaks traveling away from the star that created them at 150,000 miles per hour, towards the upper left. Since Hubble's launch and deployment in April 1990, our view of the universe and our place within it has never been the same. Credit: @EuropeanSpaceAgency/Hubble/NASA & K. Stapelfeldt #nasa #space #telescope #star #science #solarsystem #lights #astronomy #picoftheday A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Feb 18, 2019 at 12:03pm PST\nAries | March 21 – April 19\nProfessional Life: Going for your goals is the name of the game this week, Aries. On Wednesday the 13th, Mars and Uranus are in conjunction, providing you with an opportunity that only comes along once every two years. You are Moses, parting the Red Sea of any obstacles you've been facing up until now.\nRomantic Life: Had a kink or two tucked away? This week, throw inhibitions to the wind and open up. You'll likely be pleasantly surprised with the results of your go-for-it attitude, Aries.\nHealth and Happiness: Travel or just getting outside your comfort zone will provide you with opportunities for growth and change this week, so take the chance and don't hesitate.\nView this post on Instagram Even from three billion miles away, Pluto still knows how to be romantic. On Jul. 13, 2015, the New Horizons spacecraft sent us this love note of one of Pluto's most dominant features. The “heart,” estimated to be 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) across at its widest point, rests just above the equator. (The angle of view displays mostly the northern hemisphere.) The heart’s diameter is about the same distance as from Denver to Chicago, in America’s heartland. New Horizons traveled nearly a decade to receive its summer valentine, launching on Jan. 19, 2006 — and is still collecting important data for us. On New Year’s Day 2019, New Horizons flew by the most distant object ever visited by a spacecraft: Ultima Thule. Tag someone you want to pass this Pluto Valentine onto! ❤️ Credits: NASA/APL/SwRI #nasa #space #pluto #science #explore #spacecraft #newhorizons #discovery #heart #valentinesday #valentines #happyvday #solarsystem A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Feb 14, 2019 at 11:21am PST\nTaurus | April 20 – May 20\nProfessional Life: Be diligent and don't assume someone else has your back this week. Mars entering Taurus on Thursday is going to give you the boost you need to start checking off some semi-finished projects.\nRomantic Life: Getting what you want, both physically and emotionally, requires you to open up. You'll also be rewarded for listening later in the week.\nHealth and Happiness: Sometimes a getaway can just be an hour drive out of the city. The past may attempt to rear its ugly head, but you are equipped to face it by trusting your intuition and looking to friends for support. Don't be afraid to use this Mars in Taurus energy towards self-care or a new health regime.\nView this post on Instagram When four giant galaxy clusters collide, the aftermath reveals brilliant magenta swirls of hot gas from optical and radio data. At a distance of about 3.5 billion light years, this system is dubbed "Pandora's Cluster" by astronomers as because all of the different structures found within it. This composite view contains X-ray data from our Chandra X-Ray Observatory (@NASAChandraXRay) showing hot gas in blue, optical data from Subaru and the Very Large Telescope in red, green and blue, and radio data from the NSF's Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array in red. Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/ITA/INAF/J.Merten et al, Lensing: NASA/STScI, NAOJ/Subaru, ESO/VLT; Optical: NASA/STScI/R.Dupke #nasa #universe #data #galaxy #gas #stars #xray #space #picoftheday #science #astronomy #magenta A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Feb 6, 2019 at 2:02pm PST\nGemini | May 21 – June 20\nProfessional Life: You're practised in living a moderate life and you benefit from the stability of that, Gemini. Where last week was about lavishing in your successes, now it's back to reality. Count your money and let that spur your determination for the future success.\nRomantic Life: Make the first move, Gemini! If you're in a couple, you're likely to re-connect on a shared obsession or find a new common passion.\nHealth and Happiness: Seek out people who inspire you. Try to keep your head in charge of your heart and don't ever hesitate to seek advice, be it professional or health-related.\nView this post on Instagram Spirals! The Triangulum Galaxy, seen here, is a spiral galaxy about 3 million light years from Earth belonging to the group of galaxies that includes the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies. Chandra X-Ray Observatory's (@NASAChandraXRay) data in pink reveals a diverse range of objects including neutron stars and black holes that are pulling material from a companion star, and supernova remnants. An optical image from amateur astronomer Warren Keller in red, green, and blue shows the majestic arms of this spiral galaxy that in many ways is a cousin to our own Milky Way. Credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO; Optical: Warren Keller, Mayhill, NM #nasa #universe #data #galaxy #gas #stars #xray #space #picoftheday #science #astronomy #chandra A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Feb 4, 2019 at 11:46am PST\nCancer | June 21 – July 22\nProfessional Life: Let colleagues new and old provide insight and mentorship — who knows what kind of priceless advice you could end up with? And don't hide in your shell this week — let your own talents and skills shine and you could achieve something monumental.\nRomantic Life: This is a week for strong emotional tenderness and affection. With Mars in Taurus, and Venus in your partnership house, you are ready to connect with people this week. Whether it's a romantic Valentine's Day or an all-out Pal-entine's Day, make it memorable.\nHealth and Happiness: People are social beings and we inevitably benefit from each other. However, we don't exist to benefit others, nor they us. Good or bad, the truth will come out. Consider giving back to your community this week.\nView this post on Instagram We hope you’re having a Stellar Saturday! 🌟 A glimpse from the @NASAHubble Space Telescope reveals an ancient, glimmering ball of stars. This globular cluster of stars moves slowly through space on the outskirts of the Large Magellanic Cloud, one of our closest galactic neighbors. This cluster is certainly one for extremes. It has a mass equivalent to roughly 140,000 Suns and and an age of around 13.1 billion years — making it almost as old as the universe itself. The stars in this cluster are not only dazzling — they are also indispensable tools. Some of these particular stars have well-defined luminosities, meaning that astronomers know the total amount of energy they emit. By comparing star luminosities, we can calculate the distances to these stars! Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA #NASA #Universe #Hubble #Space #SolarSystem #Galaxy #Star #Cluster #MagellanicCloud #Luminosity #Astrophysics #Astronomy #StellarSaturday #Gravity #GlobularCluster A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Feb 2, 2019 at 8:03am PST\nLeo | July 23 – August 22\nProfessional Life: You were born to lead, Leo, so don't pass up an opportunity to do so this week. Prove you've got what it takes and you could see monetary gains as well as the chance to help others. Aim big.\nRomantic Life: Experimentation has never been more attractive. Go all out for Valentine's Day, whether that means a 5-star restaurant or an all-out party with your friends.\nHealth and Happiness: Retail therapy is a real thing and you are allowed to indulge in it! Treat yourself with pieces that are going to help you feel like you're expressing your true self.\nView this post on Instagram Starry night🌟4,000 light years from Earth, the Lagoon Nebula is seen with its swirling clouds of gas and dust in a pattern reminiscent of Van Gogh. This nebula provides astronomers an excellent opportunity to study the properties of very young stars. Many infant stars give off copious amounts of high-energy light including X-rays, which are seen in the Chandra X-ray data (in pink) to reveal the infant stars budding in the surreal nightscape. The X-ray data have been combined with an optical image of Messier 8 from the Mt. Lemmon Sky Center in Arizona. Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO; Optical: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona #universe #stars #nebula #nasa #space #chandra #xray #optical #telescope #astronomy #science A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Dec 23, 2018 at 11:02am PST\nVirgo | August 23 – September 22\nProfessional Life: Though you love to collaborate, Virgo, don't forget you are capable on your own and sometimes a singular vision is best. Patience and focus could help you develop the business plan of your dreams.\nRomantic Life: Your Valentine's Day is destined to be seductive and intense, thanks to Mars and Uranus connecting in Aries. Your personal attraction has never been more indisputable.\nHealth and Happiness: Travel, adventure, self-employment... am I speaking your language, Virgo? Well with Mars in the ever-stable Taurus, it's time to try some patience. You will always have the drive to pack your bags and go — so instead try to satiate that part of you with a course or other project that doesn't require taking off.\nView this post on Instagram A celestial holiday wreath made of sparkling lights! Swaddled in a gossamer cocoon of reflective dust and illuminated, the super star in the center of this image from the @NASAHubble Space Telescope is ten times more massive than the Sun and 200 times larger. The super star is also one of the most luminous with an average intrinsic brightness is 15,000 times greater than the Sun's luminosity. This star also rhythmically brightens and dims over a six-week cycle. The nebula flickers in brightness as pulses of light from the star propagate outwards. Hubble took a series of photos of light flashes rippling across the nebula in a phenomenon known as a "light echo." Even though light travels through space fast enough to span the gap between Earth and the Moon in a little over a second, the nebula is so large that reflected light can actually be photographed traversing the nebula. By observing the fluctuation of light itself, as well as recording the faint reflections of light pulses moving across the nebula, astronomers are able to measure these light echoes and pin down a very accurate distance. The distance to the super star has been narrowed down to 6,500 light-years (with a margin of error of only one percent). Image credit: NASA, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA) – Hubble/Europe Collaboration; Acknowledgement: H. Bond (STScI and Pennsylvania State University) #nasa #hubble #star #nebula #flicker #light #space #universe #science #astronomy #telescope #picoftheday A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Dec 22, 2018 at 12:31pm PST\nLibra | September 23 – October 22\nProfessional Life: Let logic continue to be your guide this week, despite pent-up feelings of frustration about responsibilities or structures you'd rather not have. Methodical movements will ensure you don't rock the boat too much.\nRomantic Life: You may end up with all these pent-up emotions because of your desire to avoid conflict and maintain the peace. But you're better off dealing with the issues head-on, just rely on facts and figures to express yourself. Connections are sure to be intense this week, with Mars entering Taurus, your eighth house of merged energies and bonding.\nHealth and Happiness: Make a to-do list, or two. Plan out your next month, or two. Gather all the information and be assured that you're headed in the right direction. Now is a great time to share your inner thoughts, even if it's just with a journal.\nView this post on Instagram Not all stars are the same. @NASAHubble's Wide Field Camera 3 captured this star cluster, called NGC 1866, found at the very edges of the Large Magellanic Cloud, a small galaxy located near the Milky Way. Star clusters are common structures throughout the universe, each made up of hundreds of thousands of stars all bound together by gravity. The cluster was discovered in 1826 by Scottish astronomer James Dunlop, who cataloged thousands of stars and deep-sky objects. Credit: NASA, ESA #NASA #Hubble #HubbleSpaceTelescope #Stars #Universe #SolarSystem #Space #Science #StarCluster #Nebula #Astronomy A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Nov 27, 2018 at 3:15pm PST\nScorpio | October 23 – November 21\nProfessional Life: Boredom, restriction, or limitations just won't do for you, Scorpio. This means thinking things through so you know exactly what you're in for.\nRomantic Life: Passion is in the air, but you still know exactly what you're after, so don't settle for anything less than exactly what you want. Your undeniable magnetism means fireworks this Valentine's Day, even if it's just a one-night stand.\nHealth and Happiness: Are you renovating or changing something up at home? Change is good but be sure to have all the facts before you put down any cash or sign any papers.\nView this post on Instagram EXPLOSIVE! 💥💥💥This dark, tangled web formed in a very violent fashion — it is a supernova remnant, created after a massive star ended its life in a cataclysmic explosion and threw its constituent material out into surrounding space. This created the messy formation seen in this image from our @NASAHubble Space Telescope, with threads of red snaking amidst dark, turbulent clouds. This object is situated in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a dwarf galaxy that lies close to the Milky Way. The remnant is likely the result of a Type Ia supernova explosion; this category of supernovae is formed from the death of a white dwarf star that grows by siphoning material from a stellar companion until it reaches a critical mass and then explodes. When explosions like this have a well-known luminosity, they can be used as markers for scientists to measure distances throughout the universe and learn more about what’s out there. Credit: @europeanspaceagency #nasa #space #telescope #cosmos #star #explosion #clouds #solarsystem #universe #picoftheday #science A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Nov 30, 2018 at 2:02pm PST\nSagittarius | November 22 – December 21\nProfessional Life: Prioritize and give your all to the things you care most about. Things aren't always what they seem so always do your research before putting pen to paper.\nRomantic Life: With Mars and Uranus in your in your fifth house of love and creativity, this Valentine's Day is sure to bring fireworks, Sag. This is a once-in-80-years kind of conjunction, so take advantage and make the most of this momentous occasion.\nHealth and Happiness: A muse isn't always about love — it should spur your creativity, too. Try something new, seek growth and generous with your many talents.\nView this post on Instagram Shadows on Earth can be mysterious, but when they occur in space, they can convey information we otherwise could not know. Nearly 1,300 light-years away, the shadow of the debris from a young star in the form of a "Bat Shadow" spans 200 times the length of our solar system in the Serpens Nebula. The near-infrared vision of our @NASAHubble Space Telescope captured the shadow cast by the fledgling star's brilliant light, revealing secrets of its unseen planet-forming disk. Credit: NASA, ESA and STScI #nasa #space #solarsystem #star #shadow #astronomy #universe #telescope A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Nov 4, 2018 at 10:11am PST\nCapricorn | December 22 – January 19\nProfessional Life: Just like we separate church and state, so should we separate business and pleasure. Personal relationships should be kept separate from financial ones whenever possible.\nRomantic Life: Valentine's Day is an opportunity to make time for those you love, whether that means friends, family, or a significant other. Don't let love fizzle out after Valentine's Day, though. Over the next six weeks, Mars is in your fifth house, meaning you will have ample opportunities to connect with someone special.\nHealth and Happiness: If you've let yourself get swept up in someone else's dream, take a moment to assess what you really want and what direction you hope to head in. Make some changes or finish improvements at home so you can invite everyone over.\nView this post on Instagram Is that a witch screaming out into space?! This infrared portrait shows the Witch Head nebula, named after its resemblance to the profile of a wicked witch. Spotted by our Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer, the Witch Head nebula is estimated to be hundreds of light-years away in the Orion constellation. Astronomers say the billowy clouds of the nebula, where baby stars are brewing, are being lit up by massive stars. Dust in the cloud is being hit with starlight, causing it to glow with infrared light that was picked up by our detectors. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech #nasa #space #nebula #halloween #witch #cosmos #infrared #science #picoftheday A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Oct 31, 2018 at 7:55pm PDT\nAquarius | January 20 – February 18\nProfessional Life: You may have one too many things on the go right now, Aquarius. Of course, that's the way you like it... but sometimes things require focus and attention to detail, so give your projects the undivided attention they deserve this week.\nRomantic Life: Experiment and get kinky in the bedroom this week and your Valentine's is sure to be special. Fortune favours the brave. Though you are ever the intellectual, give in to your sentimental side this week.\nHealth and Happiness: Just as fortune favours the brave in the bedroom, so she will do outside the bedroom. Perhaps it's time to walk away from an oppressive relationship. Maybe you just need to be out with some old friends this week.\n@nasaembedded via\nPisces | February 19 – March 2\nProfessional Life: With Mars and Uranus in Aries, all coming together in your house of finance, reconsider how you save and how you invest. Stick to investing your time instead of your money this week, but consider some side hustles that could bring in a passive income.\nRomantic Life: Someone has the power to deeply impact your life this week, if you let them in. This could mean a new relationship coming to life, or an old relationship finding a new, stronger, deeper bond.\nHealth and Happiness: We both know you're a sensitive soul, Pisces. This week, indulge in the things that bring you joy and steer clear of any negativity. Reach out to anyone you've lost contact with but miss dearly. Choose your words carefully.