I have to confess on my paper's behalf, though, that Carlton Books aren't the only ones to have confused astrology and astronomy in recent weeks. Back in May, no less an authority than The Times itself ran a story about Sir Bernard Lovell, that described him as an "eminent astrologer".
A scientist being confused as a pseudoscience is like a liberal democrat being confused as being a conservative, right-wing republican! :)
As a physicist, I've often been referred to as "physician". I suppose it isn't as bad as being called an astrologer.