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The moon is hidden in the beautiful view of the sky on the last night of November

BingMag.com The moon is hidden in the beautiful view of the sky on the last night of November

In late November (mid-November) this year, the night sky shows a beautiful view of the presence of the moon and the planets in the solar system. Prepared for enthusiasts.

If you look at the sky these nights, you can see the moon in the south and southwest of the sky from November 15 to 20 (November 6 to 11) after the sunset, which is next to the planets of Venus. , Saturn and Jupiter pass. If you go out on November 7th and 8th, you will see the crescent moon a few days away from the bright planet Venus, which is a very spectacular sight.

And from now until mid-December (early December) You will see Jupiter and Saturn getting closer to Venus every night. There will also be a partial lunar eclipse on November 18 and 19 (November 28), with the moon sinking in the shadow of the earth for several hours to mark the longest lunar eclipse in 2021.

If the weather permits, Lunar eclipses will be visible from any region for which the moon appears above the horizon during the lunar eclipse. Depending on the time zone, lunar eclipses can occur sooner or later, but depending on the characteristics and the time of day in Tehran. This astronomical phenomenon will not be seen from Iran.

However, a large part of the planet Earth can see at least part of the eclipse, including North and South America, East Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Areas will be. The moon will be in the shadow of the earth for a total of 3 hours and 28 minutes.

BingMag.com The moon is hidden in the beautiful view of the sky on the last night of November

Partial lunar eclipse November 17
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Partial lunar eclipse may be as large as a full lunar eclipse in which the moon is completely covered by the Earth , May not be spectacular, but total lunar eclipses occur less, which means there are more opportunities to observe partial lunar eclipses.

Throughout November (November to mid-December) if you stay up late and look east , You will notice that gradually some of the familiar companions start to wake up late at night. The winter stars of the northern hemisphere sky are returning and are the guests of the sky with the rising of the night until dawn.

And then the hunter (Orion) and then the brightest star in the sky, the "Sirius" (Sirius) beautifully decorate the sky. All of them are ideal options for watching the sky to accompany us on long winter nights in the Northern Hemisphere.

BingMag.com The moon is hidden in the beautiful view of the sky on the last night of November

Some Trojan asteroids are near the Parvin cluster this month.
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

An interesting thing about the Parvin cluster Some of the eight asteroids that NASA is visiting on a mission to Lucy are in this part of the sky this month. The Lucy spacecraft was launched on October 16 (October 24) during a 12-year mission to visit a number of special asteroids called Trojans. It revolves around the sun. Lucy will be the first space mission to explore this unique group of asteroids, offering new insights into the formation and early history of the solar system.

Cover Photo: Night Sky in Late November
: NASA/JPL-Caltech


Source: SciTechDaily

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