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Open the timeline 9 sky phenomenon, the end of the year 64, meteor shower, Dao Kieng Duen

Let’s see 9 celestial phenomena in December, the end of the year 64, including meteor showers, stars, and stars. the smallest moon

On December 1, 1964, the National Astronomical Research Institute (PDR) opened a celestial phenomenon that should be followed in the end of the year 2021. In December this year There are many interesting astronomical phenomena in the sky to follow. Notable phenomena include:

  • 7 Dec. 64 Venus is the brightest of the year. Venus appears brightly in the west after sunset until about 8:00 p.m.
  • Night 13 – Dawn 14 Dec. 64 Geminid Meteor Shower The precipitation rate is about 150 moons/hour, most noticeable after 2:00 AM on December 14 until dawn. The center of distribution in the binary constellation.
  • 19 Dec. 64 Full moon farthest from Earth in a year (Micro Full Moon) Full moon appears slightly smaller than usual. Observe all night
  • 21 Dec. 64 Winter Solstice Day, the longest night of the year. The northern hemisphere countries are considered winter days. In the southern hemisphere countries are considered to be the day of summer.

    In addition, there are also phenomena of nearby stars, moons, planets and bright stars to see throughout the month, including:

  • 3 Dec ’64 Mars alongside the moon It began to be observed in the east around 05:28 until dawn.
  • 9 Dec. 64 Jupiter side with the moon. began to be observed in the west behind the sunset until about 10:30 p.m.
  • 21 Dec. 64 Pollux star alongside the moon. It began to be observed in the east around 8:10 p.m. until dawn.
  • 28 Dec. 64 #Mars alongside Antares It began to be observed in the east around 05:10 am until dawn.
  • 29 Dec 2021 #Mercury alongside Venus began to be observed in the west behind the sunset until about 6:50 p.m.

If the visibility of the sky is good, there are no clouds, all phenomena can be viewed with the naked eye.

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