USA.- June has arrived and with it a good amount of astronomical phenomena that promise to be amazing. From an incredible “ring of fire” solar eclipse to the summer solstice, in the Intra News We will tell you about all the events. If you are a lover of astronomyYou better take out your agenda to be able to write them down and not miss anything at all.
June 3: Great Cluster of Hercules. It will be observed for most of the night, just to the northwest of the Celestial Sphere. June 10: “Ring of fire” solar eclipse. The light will escape from the Sun around the edges of the Moon and will be seen in Canada, Greenland and Russia and partially in New York, Montreal, London and Washington. As for Mexico, unfortunately you can only admire it through the web.
June 10: Arietid meteor shower. The National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics (INAOE) has revealed that it will be active from April 14 to June 24, with 10 being the day of its maximum splendor. 50 meteors per hour are expected and can be seen in the direction of the constellation Aries. June 12: Globular cluster M92. Located to the northeast of the Celestial Vault are stars that orbit the core of the galaxy.
More astronomical phenomena in June
June 13: Globular cluster NGC 6388. This can be seen in the direction of the constellation Scorpio. In addition, it is made up of blue stars. June 15: Ptolemy Cluster. Also in the Scorpio constellation in the southeast and can be seen at night and can be visible with the naked eye. June 17: Cluster of Butterflies. June 20: Summer Solstice. Certainly one of the astronomical phenomena most anticipated that starts at 22:32 Mexico time.
June 21: View of the star Pollux. One of the brightest stars in the constellation Gemini can be seen. June 22: View of the star of Aldebaran. An incredible red-orange giant star. June 24: Full Strawberry Moon. June 27: Bootidas meteor shower. Between June 22 and July 2 you can admire one of the most beautiful events that, undeniably, you cannot miss.