As the sweltering heat continues, a heat wave warning has been issued for the entire country for the first time this year. The scorching heat is likely to continue until the next month. How about enduring the tropical night phenomenon with some space shows scheduled late this month?
According to the Gwacheon National Science Museum on Friday, there will be the second total eclipse of the moon on July 28 and Mars will reach its closest approach to the Earth in 15 years since 2003 on July 31. It is likely that we will be able to see the moon hidden by the shadow of the Earth and the Mars approaching closest to Earth all together at dawn of July 31.
At around 3:24 a.m. on July 28 in Seoul, the Earth will begin to shade from the left side of the moon in the southwestern sky, and the entire moon will be completely covered at 4:30 a.m. One will be able to see the moon and Mars until the moon sets at 5:37 a.m. It would be best if the observation took place where you can have a clear view of the southwestern sky. Next total eclipse of the moon is expected to occur in 2021. The Gwacheon National Science Museum will have a special observation event on July 27-28.
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