Calendar with astronomical events for you to observe.
Opportunities for observation for July 2015:
Here's how it looks:
►July 01, 2015 - Comet P / 2008 S1 (Catalina-McNaught) reaches perihelion, the closest position of the sun. It was discovered on May 2, 2008. No data yet about its orbit or diameter.
►July 02, 2015 - Full Moon. The earth will be between the Sun and the Moon, and therefore, the Moon will be fully illuminated as seen from Earth. This phase occurs at 02:20 GMT.
►July 05, 2015 - The Moon reaches perigee, the closest point to Earth (367095 km from Earth), at 18:54 GMT
►July 06, 2015 - Earth at aphelion. Earth reaches the furthest point from the Sun, 1.01668 AU, at 12:59 GMT.
►July 08, 2015 - Moon at last quarter at 10:24 GMT.
►July 14, 2015 - New Horisons at Pluto. New Horisons, NASA's spacecraft is scheduled to arrive at Pluto; after a journey of nine and a half years. Launched on January 19, 2006, it will be the first spacecraft to visit Pluto. New Horisons will give us our first close view of the dwarf planet and its moons. After the passage of Pluto, the probe will continue to Kuiper Belt to examine some of the other icy bodies at the edge of the Solar System.
►July 16, 2015 - New Moon. Moon will be directly between the Earth and the Sun and will not be visible from Earth. This phase occurs at 02:24 GMT.
►July 16 2015 - Mercury perihelion. The planet will be at its closest point to the Sun at 19:00.
►July 19, 2015 - Venus 0.4 ° N Moon at 01:06 GMT. Occultation.
►July 21, 2015 - Moon at apogee. Luna reach the farthest point from Earth (404837 km from Earth), at 11:02 GMT
►July 23, 2015 - Mercury at superior conjunction. Mercury passes on the opposite side of the Sun from the Earth at 19:00 GMT.
►July 24, 2015 - Moon at the first quarter. at 04:04 GMT.
►July 24, 2015 - Comet P / 2004 FY140 (LINEAR) reaches perihelion, the closest position of the sun. It was discovered on March 27, 2004. No data yet about its orbit or diameter.
►July 26, 2015 - Saturn Moon 2.2 ° S at 08:43 GMT
►July 28-29, 2015 - South Delta Aquarids can produce about 20 meteors per hour. Radiant point for these meteors is in the constellation Aquarius.
►July 31, 2015 - Full Moon. The earth will be between the Sun and the Moon, and therefore, the Moon will be fully illuminated as seen from Earth. This phase occurs at 10:43 GMT.
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