Everything is ready for tomorrow night! On the night between July 10 and 11, the Moon and Jupiter will “kiss” high in the sky, an event that is not very rare but always spectacular and visible to the naked eye. which this time, then, will be adorned with a shower of shooting stars, great Pegasides, this year particularly favorable to watch at least until 3 a.m.
We make no commitments tomorrow night: la at night between July 10 and 11 He will give us “Kiss” of the Moon and Jupiter, an event that is not very rare but always amazing and visible to the naked eye. This time, the show will be decked out with a shower of gorgeous stars pegasidesthis year is particularly favorable for observations until at least 3 am.
As indicated by UAI, during the second part of the night between July 10 and 11, the Moon will appear on the eastern horizon followed by Jupiter, with both stars in the constellation Aries (in Mapped the sky on July 11 at about 3.00).
And that’s not all, because on the same night, that night between July 1 and 11, the peak Pegasid shooting starsand this is so called because its radiance, that is, the point from which the meteorites seem to start, is located in the constellation Pegasus (there is still debate about the comet of origin).
As UAI explains again, the radiation will be visible From 11 pm onwardsIt reaches its highest altitude above the horizon (more than 60 degrees) before morning twilight. The night of greatest activity, precisely that between July 10th and 11th, will be very suitable for observing from the end of twilight until about 3.00 (that is, when the moon begins to disturb).
Let’s not miss this date with heaven, and let’s make many wishes!
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