July 2020: Feast on a full planetary lineup. By Martin Ratcliffe, Alister Ling | Published: Thursday, July 2, 2020. RELATED TOPICS ... Receive news, sky-event information, ...
July 30: Mars 2020 Rover Heads to the Red Planet. A new robot, drone, and a slew of experiments will launch for Mars on July 30th, if all goes according to plan. The first day for the Rover’s launch window was scheduled for July 22nd but had to be postponed by about a week.
From a double gas giant encounter to a double meteor shower, here are the top astronomy events to mark down on your July 2020 calendar. Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions.
LIST: 7 Astronomical Events in July 2020. Sarah Ladeza July 5, 2020 News and Events. Share. tweet; It has been months of lockdown and little did we know, we’re already halfway through the year. We’ve been losing track of time and the best thing to do is to look out for special dates of the month to mark. We’re giving you 7 dates to save!
Top astronomy events for July 2020. From a double gas giant encounter to a double meteor shower, here are the top astronomy events to mark down on your July 2020 calendar. Author: newscentermaine.com Published: 9:41 AM EDT June 26, 2020 ...
Amazing celestial events in July 2020. Shutterstock. July 5: Full moon, ... July 4-5: Penumbral lunar eclipse, which means that the Moon will be partially shadowed by Earth. This event can be seen ...
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Never miss an eclipse, meteor shower, or supermoon with this 2020 astronomical calendar. Here are the best dates for stargazing this year. ... Festivals + Events ... July 5, 2020: Thunder Moon ...
Jupiter and Saturn come to conjunction on December 21, 2020. At their closest, they'll be only 0.1 degrees apart. That's just 1/5 of a full moon diameter. Don't wait. Start watching them now!
But in recent weeks a whole new crew has assembled to enliven the nights. There are currently four comets within range of amateur telescopes — periodic comet 156P/Russell-LINEAR in the evening sky and Comets ATLAS (C/2020 M3), Erasmus (C/2020 S3), and NEOWISE (C/2020 P1) visible in the early morning hours. By: Bob King October 21, 2020