Meanwhile, there's are plenty of meteor showers and other interesting phenomena to see in the sky in 2019. Stargazers around the world mark your calendars for some of these event. Pacific Time when the moon creates a partial umbral eclipse by edging into earth's shadow.
According to NASA it will be the "MOST DAZZLING SHOWS". But you will be to see in Germany and what is it exactly? It is normally known as "Super Moon".
There will also be two events not visible from this region: a partial lunar eclipse July 16 and a solar eclipse December 25. Some days you may have noticed the moon looking much bigger than usual - that was likely a super moon, when the moon is the closest distance it gets to Earth during its orbit, making the moon appear anywhere from 14-30 percent larger than the average nightly moon.More news: Baby born to woman in vegetative state
These events bring out internet excitement: the British Daily Mail tabloid consulted an astrologer about one full moon past year and is already breathlessly calling this event a "Super Blood Wolf Moon".
Peak night will begin around 3 a.m. ET until dawn on May 6. But if you can't make it to South America, follow along with the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory and the La Silla Observatory, both in Chile. The "total" part of the eclipse ends at 12:43 a.m. and the whole show is over at 1:51 a.m. From 12:55 to 5:50 p.m. ET. It can also lead to some pretty incredible photography, as we saw in 2017 when the path of totality crossed the continental United States.
Details on what is a partial solar eclipse, India timings, where will it be visible, and how to watch.More news: Only I could have done Gully Boy, says Ranveer Singh
Mercury, the smallest planet passes between Earth and the sun about 13 times a century. Because of the only part of the earth, for the SoFi is to be highly visible, is the East of Russian Federation .
Beginning at 7:34 a.m. ET and last around 5 1/2 hours. June 2021, again, a partial sun Eclipse - as is the case with most of the SoFis here are just a tiny part of the sun will be obscured. So get your telescope and solar filters ready.
The same is true for a rare "Ring of Fire" annular solar eclipse next Christmas. Some will remember the lunar Eclipse of 2018, in the case of a "Super-Blue-blood moon". The eclipse will start right at dawn and pass over the Arabian Peninsula and arc over areas of South Asia.More news: Tim Cook makes 300 times more than average Apple employee - company’s filing