As in previous months, September promises astronomy enthusiasts a sky full of interesting astronomy events! With the waning of heavy rain in much of the country, the coming nights will be real invitations to get binoculars and telescopes out of the closet to view celestial wonders!

September’s astronomical events marked For the arrival of spring in the southern hemisphere with the equinox on the 23rd and the last Supermoon of the year on the 29th..

As winter nears its end, temperatures in the southern part of the planet begin to temperate, and our hemisphere begins the smooth transition to spring, which will officially arrive on September 23, more specifically at 3:49 a.m. from Brasilia. until the end of the year, that is, December 22, when summer begins.

On this day, the sun will shine directly at the Earth’s equator, emitting almost the same amount of light into both hemispheres, producing equal lengths of day and night around the world. This is also the moment that symbolizes the arrival of autumn in the northern hemisphere.

At the end of the month, on the night of the 29th, We will experience the last of the four Super Moons 2023 has reserved for us. The Moon will be opposite the Earth and will be fully illuminated by the Sun from our surface point of view. Like the last Supermoon, our natural satellite will appear slightly larger and brighter in the sky as it approaches our planet. This will be a great opportunity to observe the lunar surface and its rich details with binoculars or a small telescope!

Astronomical observing apps like Celeste Chart, Sky Map, and Stellarium are great allies in identifying constellations and other objects in the sky!

Calendar of major astronomical events for September 2023

09/04: Jupiter and Moon Conjunction

09/06: waning moon

09/14: New month

09/19: Neptune in opposition

09/22: Great Western Elongation and Mercury in the Crescent Moon

09/23: spring equinox

09/27: Saturn and Moon conjunction

09/29: super full moon

Clear skies and good observations!

Stay up-to-date on celestial events on TecMundo and take the opportunity to share the article with your friends who are fond of astronomy!

Source: Tec Mundo

Previous articleMicrosoft released Windows 11 update with Notepad improvements and more apps; To look
Next articleNintendo Switch launches Oled Mario Red Edition model Mario: console news
I'm Blaine Morgan, an experienced journalist and writer with over 8 years of experience in the tech industry. My expertise lies in writing about technology news and trends, covering everything from cutting-edge gadgets to emerging software developments. I've written for several leading publications including Gadget Onus where I am an author.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here