June is a month of beautiful celestial occasions. Today, we are going to witness the Solar Eclipse or Surya Grahan, and will probably be an annular or ‘ring of fireplace’ eclipse. For enthusiastic skywatchers, listed here are ideas for June. You will discover the constellation Scorpius, Summer Solstice within the Northern Hemisphere and Strawberry Moon within the coming weeks.
Here is a NASA video that reveals what will be anticipated within the June sky:
- June 11: A crescent moon near Venus can been seen – simply use binoculars after sundown.
- June 12: For all staying in Western Africa, Western Europe, and the Atlantic area, the phenomenon of Double transit shadow on Jupiter shall be noticed, in response to the NASA.
- You can see the rings of Saturn with a small telescope. Saturn’s rings are inclined at practically 17 levels towards Earth in early June, says the earthsky.com
- June 21: The longest daylight for the Northern Hemisphere or Summer Solstice shall be seen.
- June 21: Jupiter will will start a retrograde loop, which goes to final until mid-October.
- June 24: The Full Moon of June of the Strawberry Moon shall be seen.