Zodiac sign dates: Why you might have got your star sign WRONG

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Every four years we add an extra day to the year to synchronise the calendars we created with the Earth’s orbit around the Sun and the seasons.

The Earth’s orbit around the Sun takes around 365.25 days, and the extra 0.25 equates to an extra day every four years – hence the leap year.

The zodiac seasons aren’t determined by our calendar, they’re determined by where the Sun is at your time of birth, and the leap year takes it into account as well.

Francesca said: “The sky is a circle of 360 degrees, but there are 365 days in a year so we have a leap year to allow for that.”



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