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What's Up Sky watching Tips from NASA



What is happening in March? In the evening Mars and friends, and a wonderful pair of planets returned.

You may have seen some red objects near Mars this month. These are the stars that form Aldebaran, the angry eye of Torres Bell, and the shoulder of . And speaking of Beatles, astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and other observatories have determined that the star's fading last year was caused by a red giant wall due to its age. It was due to a cloud of dust. And while scientists believe the star has moved into burning helium instead of hydrogen, they believe it is unlikely to explode into a supernova anytime soon.

NASA's Stability Rover successfully lands on Mars on February 18! And in addition to this latest level of explorer, the orbits of two other countries also orbited the Red Planet last month, making 2021 the truly International Year of the Discovery of Mars.
Hopefully, you managed to catch a glimpse of Jupiter and Saturn as they came so close to their great gathering in December. Shortly afterwards, the two planets came out of the evening sky as if they were visible from Earth. Well, now the pair is back, this time like the morning planets. In the second half of March, Jupiter and Saturn appeared together as a bright pair in the sky before dawn. They will not be as close as December, but it is still a pleasure to observe them. So if you get up early, grab a hot drink step from the outside to make contact with the largest planets in our solar system.

Daily Guide

March 26

On Friday morning, planet Venus will pass far beyond the sun as seen from Earth, called the high constellation. Since Venus revolves around the earth, Venus must be moving from the morning sky to the evening sky. Venus will start rising from the glare of the evening on the western horizon after about April 23 2021. 

March 28

The next full moon will be Sunday afternoon, which will appear opposite the sun at 2:48 a.m. EDT. It will be east of India's time zone on Monday morning to the International History Line. The moon will be visible for almost three days from Saturday morning to Tuesday morning.
In the 1930s, Main Farmers Almanac began publishing the names of American Indian moons for each month of the year. According to this calendar, do this as a full moon in March, crust, oyster, sugar or worm moon. Most of the northern tribes of the northeastern United States knew it by the name of Cro-Moon, when the flow of crows signaled the end of winter. The other northern name was Crust Moon because the ice cover melts during the day and freezes at night, or it becomes a crust from the sap (or sugar) moon because this is the time to tap the maple trees. To the south, most of the tribes called it Kiramoon after the melting mud. This suggests that only the southern tribes call it Worm Moon. When glaciers covered the northern part of North America, they wiped out the native insects. After the melting of these glaciers, more than 12,000 years ago, more northern forests flourished without insects. Insects in these areas today are the most invasive species that have been introduced from Europe and Asia.

As the evening light ends on March 28 at 8:25 p.m. EDT, the only visible planet in the sky, will be Mars, which will appear at an altitude of about 51 degrees from the western horizon. The bright star, visible directly near the overhead, will be 79 degrees south of the horizon. The bright stars of the local wing of our home galaxy, including the Orion stars, will be seen extending southward towards Mars. The brightest stars in our sky (besides the sun) will appear 33 degrees above the horizon in Sirius, southwest.

As the lunar cycle progresses, the planet Mars and the background of the stars will appear to move westward, even though it is actually the Earth orbiting the Sun to the east. Mars will appear to change more slowly than the stars because Mars revolves around the sun in the same direction as the earth.

March 29

On the evening of Monday, March 29, 2021, the bright star Spica will appear to the right of the full moon. About 20 minutes after the end of the evening twilight, the moon will rise in the east when the speck ends at 7 degrees to the right of the moon, and the pair will be seen parting as the night progresses.

March 30

On Tuesday morning, March 30, 2021, at 2:13 a.m. EDT, the moon will be on the precipice, which is closest to Earth for this orbit.

April 2

On the morning of Friday, April 2, 2021, the bright star  will show the sinking to the right of  Moon. The moon will rise after midnight in the east-southeast at 12.3 am. The EDT is on the right with the anterior with about 6 6 degrees. By the time the morning-midnight begins, the  will be visible about 88 degrees lower right.

Friday Coke (2021-Apr-02 16:28 UTC with 3 days, 2 hours, 28 minutes of uncertainty), near-Earth Object (2021 FT), 36 to 81 feet across (11 and 25 meters) At a distance of, will cross the earth. 3.3 and l. d Traveling between lunar distances (nominal 3.3), traveling 12,110 miles per hour (5.41 kilometers per second).

April 4

On Sunday morning, April 4, 2021, the disappearing moon will be half full when it reaches its final quarter at 6.02 a.m. EDT.

April 5

The Chinese Lunisolar Calendar on Monday, April 5, 2021, began the term Ching Solar, the fifth solar period of the year. The Chinese loony solar calendar uses both the lunar month and the solar term. Solar terms start from The  Spring and divide the solar year into 24 terms. It has two systems, but a general term begins with a general term when it appears that the apparent direction of the sun moves around the earth in the sky longitude around the eclipse. 










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