How to see the Milky Way from Earth: the astronomical phenomenon that will occur in July

How to see the Milky Way from Earth: the astronomical phenomenon that will occur in July
How to see the Milky Way from Earth: the astronomical phenomenon that will occur in July

This July will give us an astronomical phenomenon that can be enjoyed in the night sky with the naked eye. Over the next few weeks, the center of the Milky Way, our galaxy, you will find yourself in an ideal viewing point.

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That is why it can be observed in the form of a majestic strip of light, The core of the galaxy will cross the celestial arc surrounded by bright stars and will offer a unique spectacle for some privileged witnesses.

This phenomenon will be visible to the naked eye, but not to everyone, In big cities, due to light pollution, it will be impossible to have this experience.

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In order to observe this phenomenon, The key is to get away from the city and look for a dark place, far from buildings and lights, so in rural areas and national parks you can see the Milky Way. Furthermore, since it is an astronomical phenomenon, the presence of the moon in the sky is not necessary, since the reflection of said light will erase the nearby stars.

However, The bad news is that this phenomenon will only be observable from the northern hemisphere. So those who travel or live in Europe, Central America or the United States will be able to enjoy this phenomenon.

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On May 10, the population of Ushuaia was able to witness a spectacle of the southern lights that could be seen this Friday. In this way, they captured incredible images that surprised everyone with the fuchsia-tinged sky as a result of this climatic phenomenon.

Although it is a rare event in these latitudes, it could be seen in the capital of Tierra del Fuego and also from the Marambio Base, located in Argentine Antarctica. It is worth noting that when it occurs in the northern hemisphere, they are called auroras borealis, although when it occurs in the southern hemisphere, they are called australes.

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