Astronomical play approaching in Thai skies this year
January 31, 2016 - Supermoon
They embody a sum solar eclipse, Mars removing a closest to Earth in 11 years, Nasa’s Juno booster nearing during a destination, Mercury flitting opposite a sun, a Supermoon appearing on Loy Krathong Day, as good as other |interesting astronomical events such as heavenly groupings and meteor sightings.
Boonraksa pronounced there will be a sum solar obscure on Mar 9, though it will usually be partly manifest in Thailand and a object will start orbiting in a Earth’s shade from 6.30pm to 8.40pm.
On May 31, Mars will be orbiting closest to a Earth for a initial time in 11 years during a operation of 75.29 million kilometres and it should be manifest to a exposed eye all night from May 22-31. Nasa’s Juno booster will land on Jupiter after 5 years of travelling, and a “Supermoon” will start on Loy Krathong Day on Nov 14. Other engaging astronomical events like heavenly groupings will start on Aug 26-29 while Mercury will pass opposite a object on May 9.
There will also be other engaging astronomical events such as meteor sightings in August, Nov and December.
Meanwhile, he pronounced there were “10 other astronomical events that should not be missed in 2016”, including a find of planets outward a solar complement and Nasa’s New Horizons scrutiny booster now relocating by a Kuiper Belt, that is approaching to learn new asteroids and dwarf planets.