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www.highpointscientific.com/november-and-december-2019-celestial-calendar

Please Note: These 2019 celestial events happen all around the world, from the USA to South America; from Russia to Australia. While we are using our local time (ET) for many dates throughout this calendar, we also use UTC, or Universal Time, with events that are super time-dependent, such as a solar or lunar eclipse.

www.astronomy.com/observing/sky-this-week/2019/11/the-sky-this-week-from-november-8-to-17

Monday, November 11 Mercury passes directly between the Sun and Earth today for the first time since May 9, 2016. The innermost planet’s dark disk will cross the Sun’s face for 5.5 hours.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXDohMOLUPs

This forecast is a general overview of the major astrological trends and major planetary aspects affecting everybody during November. For the monthly forecas...

www.universetoday.com/140900/top-astronomy-events-for-2019

2019 contains a unique event: a rare 5 hour, 29 minute-long transit of Mercury across the visible disc of the Sun, visible from Europe, Africa, the Middle East and North/South America on November 11.

skyandtelescope.org/astronomy-news/observing-news/page/3

Celestial News & Events. Intense Meteor Storm Expected from the Alpha Monocerotids. Circle the date November 21st on your calendar, when a brief but potentially spectacular meteor storm might light up the night. By: Bob King November 13, 2019

www.star-registration.com/pages/celestial-events

11th November 2019: Mercury passes in front of the Sun: Shooting Stars Orionids: 21st - 22nd October 2019: The Orionids reach their peak: Shooting Stars Eta-Aquariids: 5th - 6th May 2019: The Eta-Aquariids reach their peak: Shooting Stars Lyrids: 22nd - 23rd April 2019: The Lyrids reach their peak: First picture of a Black Hole: 10th April 2019

www.newsweek.com/2019-celestial-events-1376237

Celestial Events of 2019 Worth Traveling For and Where to See Them Follow the stars to see spectacular sights from these wondrous locations. By Laura Powers On 3/27/19 at 12:44 PM EDT

www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2018/12/new-years-top-stargazing-events...

Top sky-watching events coming in 2019 Get ready to witness amazing eclipses, a rare planetary transit, and more celestial wonders in the new year. 5 Minute Read

www.bro.lsu.edu/calendar/november_2019.html

Highland Road Park Observatory Calendar of Events 2019 - November. Friday 1 November. 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm: Medical Imaging In this brand-new lecture Professor Joyoni Dey of LSU will briefly illustrate the physics behind X-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound. She will show case examples of phase contrast X-ray imaging (where interference of X-rays are used to image their phase-shift while propagating ...

skyandtelescope.org/astronomy-news/observing-news

Celestial News & Events. Leonid Meteor Shower to the Rescue. Modest but reliable, the annual Leonid meteor shower returns this week. Take an hour or two to relax and enjoy the show. By: Bob King November 16, 2020