The astronomical calendar points out some important shows and The Woman Post invites you to watch them carefully.
The Woman Post | Carlex Araujo
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In this last quarter of 2022, special events arise and those magical moments that are about to occur cannot be missed.
Recently a study called "Yearbook of the Astronomical Observatory 2022" revealed that UNESCO recognized the Villanueva Building of the Observatory, which is one of the constructions of Spanish neoclassical architecture. However, the building is not just a museum, it is a facility where they make astronomical observations and use radio telescopes. The Observatory strives to research the origin and evolution of stars and galaxies, as well as retains its spirit with a future full of scientific projects.
María J. Sánchez Ramos, Editor of the National Astronomical Observatory, together with the contribution of José Antonio Bolonio, Technical Specialist in Cartographic Reproduction show more color than ever the expository clarity. In addition, the publication of articles on beautiful science is included.
On the other hand, Rafael Bachiller, Director of the National Astronomical Observatory, showed in the analyses several events in the last quarter of 2022 and The Woman Post encourages you to be part of them.
Partial Solar Eclipse
The Moon produces a partial eclipse of the Sun from 8:58 a.m. to 10:35 a.m. Experts say that the peak occurs at 9:46, although they consider that it depends on the position in which the viewer is. In addition, specialists suggest that the partial eclipse of the Sun in 2022 will be visible in Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, and Western Asia.
Total Lunar Eclipse
On this day the Sun illuminates the Moon completely at 11:03 because it is on the opposite side of the Earth. Experts believe that in some areas of the earth, the lunar eclipse is created from 9:10 a.m. to 12:49 p.m. However, its peak is from 10:17 to 11:42. In addition, specialists suggest that the total eclipse of the Moon in 2022 will be visible in Asia, Australia, and North America, some sectors of North and East Europe, and South America.
Four Star Showers
Orionids (Moon Phase 14.9%)
From 21 to 22 October
The meteor shower occurs from October 2 to November 7. However, the peak is on October 21 at 5:53 p.m., with 20 meteors per hour. Experts express that the lunar phase is 14.9% and is visible from both hemispheres.
Leonids (Moon Phase 36.6%)
From 17 to 18 November
The meteor shower occurs from November 6 to November 30. However, the peak is on November 17 and 18 at 23:13, with 15 meteors per hour. Specialists consider that the lunar phase is 36.6% and is visible from both hemispheres.
Geminids (Moon Phase 67.4%)
From 13 to 14 December
The meteor shower occurs from December 4 to December 17. However, the peak is on December 14 and 15 at 13:06, with 120 meteors per hour. Analysts estimate that the moon phase is at 67.4% and is visible from both hemispheres.
Ursids (Moon Phase 0.5%)
From 22 to 23 December
The meteor shower occurs from December 17 to December 26. However, the peak is on December 22 and 23 at 21:31, with 10 meteors per hour. Experts suggest that the moon phase is at 0.5% and is visible from both hemispheres.
Forcefully, we have seen in detail that these are exceptional months and we can enjoy astronomical events when they occur. That is why The Woman Post invites you to schedule your trips so that you do not miss these fabulous shows.