Each year that goes by, we get a spectacular new set of things to see in our skies. How exciting is that? Be sure to mark your calendars for these amazing celestial events.
April 4th, Total solar eclipse
You won’t see a moon in the sky on April 4th, but right around noon, the Earth will pass between the sun and the moon, triggering a total solar eclipse visible to the south Pacific, including Australia, Alaska and Japan. North America will see a partial eclipse. Womp womp.
July 30th, Jupiter and Venus.
On July 30th, Jupiter and Venus will be side by side in the night sky. This paring will be visible for only 7 days.
September 27th, Super Moon
North America, Africa and Europe will experience the spectacular super moon on September 27th beginning at 10pm.
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