The new year consists of five planets, a rare planetary transit, the best meteor shower and the super-blood wand, the moon.
Three supermarket new year, a blue moon, multiple meteors, moon, jumps, and rocket launch systems will be brought to the near future.
Even though we want to talk about all the extraordinary events, our main events happen in the sky of 2019 are:
January 6: Partial Eclipse
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In the first week of 2019, partial solar eclipses occur between the Moon and the Earth. Unfortunately, it can be seen only from the Northeast Asia and the North Pacific. ET USA The Sky and Telescope finds 20% of the sun from Beijing, 30% from Tokyo and 37% in Vladivostok, Russia.
January 21: Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse
This is the first time in three years that the US orbit is in the US. NASA is a "super son", as the moon is closest to the Earth, and the Moon is just too big and very bright.
But this is not the only thing that solar eclipse exists. When the Sun, the Sun and the Moon pass through the atmosphere, the sunlight that passes through the Earth's atmosphere becomes the redness of the Moon. Only the lunar eclipse occurs during the lunar eclipse. In January, the first moon was known as "Wenny Moon". It is one of these programs called "Super Bluff Waffle Moon Eclipse".
At around 12:12, people from North, South America, Europe and Africa will have top ranks.
May 6: Eta supplements a meteor stone
Although more than one meterapperation year can be seen, the Eto'o Aquarid meteor shower is the best one we can report on Sky and Telescope.
In 1986, the Eta Aquarides created dust particles from the Earth's comely Halley Comets. Every year our remains remain, even though we do not enter the solar system until 2061. It is expected to be released this year.
Two days before NASA resources we can expect a new moon. The new moon will mean the dark sky. That will be the most humane way to appreciate EttaAquadid's & # 39; Achievement Show & # 39;
The Eta will be activated from April 19 to May 26. It starts on May 6 at 3 AM. There will be 20 to 40 positions every hour.
July 2: Total solar eclipse
Can a booming solar eclipse be observed in North America in 2017? Now, it will not enjoy the sun one day in South and South America.
On July 2 afternoon, some southern planets and Chile will have solar eclipses in Argentina and southern Pacific. The whole event will take place from 12:55 to 5:50. Extraordinary landlord has extras and Extension super hits.
July 16: Partial lunar eclipse
We begin partial solar eclipse in 2019, so it's only a shane. Unfortunately, the United States will not be a witness.
The earthquake can be seen in South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. UT, Sky & Telescope Reports.
November 11: The Rare Transition of Mercury
The second time in two years, NASA reports that "the rare pass on the front of the sun"
Mercury, the smallest planet in our solar system, crosses the Earth and the Sun for over 13 centuries. The last trekking will be held in 2016. During the first ten years, the first planet was visible from Earth.
This year, transit 7:34 a.m. ET will last for 5 1/2 hours. It will appear as a black dot on the face of the sun, and can be touched with telescopes and solar filters.
December 26: Annual Solar Eclipse
2019 footnotes with a rare and horrifying "fiery" performance.
Anniversary occurs when the sun shines around the moon. This year, the eclipse begins, the Arabian Peninsula and the South Asia region passes.
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