Noteworthy Celestial Events to Come in 2016

Noteworthy Celestial Events to Come in 2016

In 2016 we'll become witnesses to some rare and beautiful cosmic phenomena, 6 of which we shouldn't miss, advise NASA experts. The most remarkable will be during May when Mercury crosses in front of the Sun.

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Cosmic Phenomena - Five Planets Line Up This Month

Five Planets Line Up This Month

19.01.2016095

We'll be able to witness a rare phenomenon in the night sky this month. Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will line up and be visible to the naked eye.

Cosmic Phenomena - Perseids - the Legendary Meteor Shower

Perseids - the Legendary Meteor Shower

23.10.2015096

The Perseids owe their name to the fact that when viewed from Earth, the meteor shower appears to come from the Perseus constellation. It, in turn, is named after the famous hero from Ancient Greek mythology.

Cosmic Phenomena - Shooting Stars Make Wishes Come True This Week

Shooting Stars Make Wishes Come True This Week

11.08.20150296

Within days we'll be able to clearly see the most remarkable cosmic event of the summer - the Perseids meteor shower.

Cosmic Phenomena - Jupiter and Venus in Conjunction on July 1st

Jupiter and Venus in Conjunction on July 1st

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The brightest planets in our Solar System, Jupiter and Venus, will come maximally close to one another in the night sky on July 1st. It is generally believed that the beautiful celestial event was called the Star of Bethlehem in the past.

Cosmic Phenomena - Scientists Record a Starquake

Scientists Record a Starquake

24.10.2014097

A unique cosmic phenomenon was registered by American scientists. NASA announced that they have recorded a magnetar starquake.

Cosmic Phenomena - Today Mars Will Come Maximally Close to Earth

Today Mars Will Come Maximally Close to Earth

14.04.2014074

The red planet will be 57 million miles (92 million km) from Earth, which means that a little before sunset, Mars will be visible from our own planet throughout almost the entire night.

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