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How do you see the May astronomical phenomenon?

How do you see the May astronomical phenomenon?

May always comes I bring events that will attract the attention of astronomy loversAnd this year is no exception.

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After the new moon on May 8, an event witnessed by thousands, a phenomenon that promises to be even more attractive is approaching: the pink moon.

This lunar phase, which typically occurs every year in May, gets its name from its coincidence with the flowering season in many regions of the Northern Hemisphere.

In 2024, the pink moon will be visible in all its details Wonderful abundance at the end of the month.


How to observe the flower moon?

According to National Geographic experts, the Flores satellite observation does not apply to this It requires special equipment or complex techniquesBecause it can be seen with the naked eye.

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The main recommendation for those in areas with high light pollution is to choose to monitor during the early morning. During these hours, the dimming of artificial lights provides a clearer and more detailed view of the phenomenon.

When exactly will the Venus moon appear?

The specialized website “Star Walk” indicates this The peak of this astronomical event will be next May 23 at 1:53 pm. However, it is important to note that it is not necessary to strictly adhere to this schedule to enjoy the show.

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The Moon will appear large and bright the day before and after it reaches its full phase, providing multiple opportunities to observe it.

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*This information has been rewritten with the help of artificial intelligence based on information from El Universal, and reviewed by a journalist and editor.