Monday , September 27 2021

Stargazers are looking forward to a new year's sky show



Stargazers keeps astronomy in 2019, at least five months of eclipse, a rare planet transit, several meteor shower and this month's "blood wolf moon", which will last until 2021.

There are three heavenly satellites, the blue moon, the moon and Jupiter's close visions, and the sky that has the promise of launching several rockets.

It does not last long before the show starts in the northern hemisphere, and on the day of the eclipse at 6 o'clock, it is the sky that passes between the Earth and the Sun.

Astronomers and telescopes believe that people will see Beijing 20%, Tokyo 30% and Vladivostok 37%.

Due to the orbital interconnection on January 20, the Earth considers the whole eclipse.

According to NASA, this event becomes the nearest orbit around the Earth, which is more and more visible than the normal state of the so-called super moon.

The whole episode of the moon is often referred to as the "blood stream" because of the red light passing through the Moon.

The moon eclipses may occur only in the full month, and the first full month in January is called the glass moon, and this year holders have given the title of "magic wizard moon eclipses".

Star Running Star
Planets are prepared for eclipse celebration. Picture: Getty

Meteor Special

According to Sky & Telescope, most of the promised meteor shower in the year, Eta Aquarius meteor shower was the most beautiful.

The meteorites of the aquarium were made by dust drifting from the Halle spacecraft, which landed on Earth in 1986.

When Halley Comet should not come back to 2061, meteors behind it will come back every May, and promise to see this extra special this year.

Two months before the meteor shower that explains the NASA, the new moon is expected to be a bright show that offers the dark sky and the human eye.

Meteors of Eta-Aquarius operate from May 19 to May 26, and on May 6, 20 to 40 meteors will be visible every hour.

star driver driving eclipses months
Metamorphos of the Eagle Aquarium – a gift from the comet of Halle. Photo: NASA

Full eclipse

Parts of Asia, South Pacific and South America will gradually become darker on July 2 as it can witness the solar eclipses in the southern hemisphere.

The sky and the telescope claim that the eclipse has a full impact on the southern Pacific coast, about 1,100 kilometers north of Easter Island, as Central Chile and Argentina.

However, Australia, South America, Europe, Africa and Asia can witness a part-time episode of July 16.

star eclipse of the planet
Australia is in the forefront for partial eclipse. Picture: Getty

The Moment of Mercury

According to NASA, Mercy rarely precedes the day of November 11.

Mercury reaches approximately 13 times in every century between Earth and Sun.

Its forward transit took place in 2016 and made the smallest planet in the Solar System for the first time ever after 10 years, using a telescope and solar filter.

This year's transit lasts five and a half hours and appears on the sun as black dots.

Closing of the main events this year will be a round eclipse on December 26, which will be seen in the Arabian Peninsula and South Asian regions.

Rotating eclipse occurs when the sun shines on the sun, which causes a bright halo effect.


Source link