If you are a fan of the stars, the Moon that illuminates us at night and everything related to astronomy, get ready because the sixth month of the year will not stop surprising us with its immensity. We share the astronomical calendar june 2021.
May gave us a beautiful pink Supermoon and a simultaneous total lunar eclipse, in addition to several planetary conjunctions that illuminated the sky with their celestial bodies.
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Now, in June we will be able to experience the great summer solstice, in addition to other incredible astronomical events that you will not want to miss.
Astronomical calendar for June 2021
Annular Solar Eclipse (June 10)
On June 10, the Moon will move away from planet Earth and block the sunlight. This will cause a very bright ring of light to show up in the sky.
Unfortunately, this phenomenon will not be visible in Mexican territory, but if you are in Canada, Russia or the Arctic Ocean you will be able to witness it; and partially in the northeastern United States and Europe.
We know that many Mexicans live, or have friends, in the country of the maple, so do not forget to tell your network of contacts so they do not miss it.
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Summer Solstice (June 21)
Next Monday, June 21, we will experience the longest day and the shortest night of the year.
This may be possible thanks to the tilt of the Earth (23.4 degrees towards the Sun), which will cause different amounts of sunlight to reach more regions of the planet than usual during the Earth’s orbit around the Sun.
“At the June solstice, the North Pole is more inclined towards the Sun than on any other day of the year. This means that, on the June solstice, the Northern Hemisphere experiences the longest day and the shortest night of the year. In the southern hemisphere, the opposite occurs: June brings the winter solstice and the shortest day of the year, ”he explains. National Geographic.
Strawberry Supermoon (June 24)
This will be the last Supermoon of the year, and it will take place on Thursday, June 24, after sunset. The Moon will have a special brightness, and it will not look exactly like a strawberry. Its name rather comes from the custom of the American tribes, which associate the full moon of this month with the time in which they collect this fruit.
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Now that you have the astronomical calendar for June 2021, you can be ready to admire the sky and share the most special moments with your friends.
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