Note the date, following the astronomical phenomenon that will occur this month


Illustration of the meteor shower. (Photo: special) – A number of astronomical phenomena are expected to occur in April 2019. From the phenomenon of the pink moon to expected meteor shower can be seen from various regions around the world.

Reports from Mirror, Monday (1/4), here are a series of astronomical phenomena that will occur throughout this month:

April 5th

On April 5, New Moon will occur. A phenomenon that will only occur several times in a year will show that the Moon will be near the side of the Earth and parallel to the sun, so that the Moon will not be seen at night.

11th of April

While the second astronomical phenomenon will occur on April 11, where Earthlings can observe Mercury in the sky. This is because, Mercury will reach its best western stretch in the morning. During this time, Mercury will be at the highest point above the horizon. To save money on seeing Mercury Planet directly, you can see the eastern sky before the sun rises in the morning.

April 19th

The next astronomical phenomenon is Pink Moon, which will take place on April 19, or precisely at night. The moon will be on the opposite side of the Earth as the Sun, which means that your face will be fully illuminated. In Native American tribes, this month is called Full Pink Moon. The Pink Moon is known as Egg Moon, Sprouting Moon Grass, Crescent Moon or Fish Full Moon.

April 22 and 23

The most awaited astronomical phenomenon of Earth's population is the Lyrids Meteor Shower. Lyrids Meteor Shower is a meteor produced by dust particles from comet C / 1861 GI Thatcher, a comet discovered in 1861. At its peak, the Lyrids Meteor Shower is capable of producing about 20 meteors / hour. The inhabitants of the land also have the opportunity to see it directly in the sky.

This meteor will emit the constellation Lyra. Even you have the opportunity to see it directly, going to a small area of ​​air pollution, so that the meteor is visible in the sky. [RN]


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