Beyond a Weather: Venus, stars, and June’s supermoon
June 8, 2018 - Supermoon
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) – Showers and storms sojourn in a forecast, though as we have been saying, so do copiousness of dry times. As prolonged there’s clearing in a skies during night, we can see some good views over a weather.
Our western sky is always a good place to check out. Not usually do we see some illusory sunsets, though a world Venus is unresolved out here this time of a year. About an hour and a half after sunset, Venus will be only off a horizon. It will be splendid and easy to spot. To a top right of Venus, dual stars are tighten by: Pollux and Castor.
We have listened a tenure “supermoon” some-more mostly during a past several years. June’s new moon on a 13th is a supermoon. Unfortunately, we can’t see it since of a proviso of a moon. A super moon can be a new or full moon that is nearby a closest proceed to earth. Other arriving supermoons occur on Jul 13th and Aug 11th.
We are also nearest a beginning sunrises of a year as we proceed a summer solstice.