Way Brian Lada, AccuWeather Weather Monitor and Staff Writer
December 21, 2018, 1:11:00 PM EST
In the past year, a number of astronomical events and activities have been presented in space to send robots to aliens from rare lunar eclipses.
Important events such as major space rocket launches and missions to the world attracted the attention of small astronomical events throughout the year, including impacts and meteor showers.
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This year hundreds of rocket launches revolved around the world, a close approach to a comet and three partial solar eclipses.
Important space and astronomy is located here since 2018:
1. Super Blue Man Eclipse
when: January 31, 2018
A supermoon, a blue moon, and a chariot were added to a lunar trial in the last night of January.
These events are unique to each other, but these nights fall in the same night. It was last March 31, 1866 before 2018.
Observers in the United States alone could only see the eclipse. Its eclipses in Australia and other Asian countries were completely eclipsed.
The solar eclipse of July 27, 2018, was the longest solar eclipse of the 21st century.
2. Inauguration of Space Xp's Falcon Heavy Rocker
when: February 6, 2018
The new Falcon heavy rocket was the largest rocket launch in February.
Millions have seen the inauguration of large and powerful lift rockets rising to the sky on the Florida coast.
Launch of the exam was successful, and Falcon Heavy's potential was evident in future airplanes. Space X was both successful in both the three boosters used to pump them into a rocket space, an important phase of reprocessing to the company's goal.
Tesla's CEO Elon Musk decided to start a dummy payload with more than one of its tesla cars costing a costly satellite threat. The sun's orbit around the Sun will continue for thousands of years.
After launching on February 6, 2018, you can find Spacer Manekquin on the globe on the Eelen Musk Street Tesla Road. Credit: Space X
With launching successfully, Falcon Heavy is the most powerful rocket in the world.
So far, it's the only launch of the heavy-lift rocket. It was launched in 2019.
3. Chinese space plant is burning in Earth's atmosphere
when: April 2, 2018
Scientists in the Space Shuttle and Martian spacecraft expected to enter the Earth's atmosphere into the atmosphere of March and the first day of April.
The launch of the space station began on September 29, 2011. However, it has not been used since March 2016. The Chinese space agency then lost the station's control. Teynagong-1 fell down slowly, for civil disobedience and control.
In the Earth's atmosphere, there were enormous possibilities for the space bar to travel anywhere, including when and where to do the US.
In April 2018, it had been burned across the southern Pacific Ocean, leaving no remains to revive the invasion of the ocean.
4. Planet-wide dust stops on Mars
when: June 2018
The stormy weeks of the Earth's great neighborhood cover up the entire planet and rust.
The size of the tropical moons. We are now officially adding a & # 39; planet-physical & # 39; NASA officials said it was dust.
It was the first dust discovered in Mars in 2007.
In relation to:
What is the weather of Mars? NASA's insight lander will be invented
In the first test of the history of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShop Tool,
From a study of science on the surface of Mars, a sun will be prevented by NASA's rover.
After 14 years of over-the-air transmissions, the snow melts from the sand track. This Rover electricity depends on solar energy, so a large and long storm stops on its power outlet.
The dust pipes were faded, but operarooni rover silenced. NASA also tries to communicate with Rover with the expectation that it will see the sunlight needed to come back online by solar panels, but its verdict is uncertain.
Insights on Mars in NASA
when: November 26, 2018
Although NASA's Ombudsman Rover may be lost after the storm storm in Mariana, they made a fresh inquiry into the Red Planet.
Insulated spacecraft flashed into Mars in 268 hours of November 2018.
"Look deep at the bottom of the landowner and seek the fingerprints of Earth's atmospheric processes," NASA said.
A seismograph involves finding some earthquakes in the globe.
Insight is a thermometer and pressure sensor to assist scientists using the meteorological information on the surface of Mars.
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