But, if you ask me, "Did you know there is a lunar eclipse tonight?" (tonight is the full moon--and it is visible at moon rise--on the north american eastern seaboard)
Or if you ask me, "Did you see Venus last night?" (Venus has been evening star for all of the month of February, and continues to so in March) then you are mine kind of people. Astronomy is so much more interesting than astrology!
I had fun showing some kids Venus last night --it's so bright it is easily seen at the beginning of twilight, or dusk, or what ever you call that inbetween time, when the sun is so low on the horizon, that you don't know if it has official set, or just being hidden by a ranch house or rise in the road, or some modest height trees that are blocking the view! (in NYC and area, that was 5:45 PM or last night.) At that hour, the moon was already rising in the east (escaping the snares of tree branches, and together, Allanah and I (and said out loud:)