"in Addition to the annual stjärnfallen offers rymdåret 2019 even on a blodmåne and a Merkuriuspassage. In the summer, it is also 50 years since man landed on the moon."
"this Year's big astronomical event on the Swedish latitudes occurs early on the morning of 21 January. At 05.41 to 06.43, the moon is completely shaded by the earth, " says Peter Linde, an associate professor of astronomy and chairman of the Tycho Brahesällskapet."
"the Moon will turn red only during a total lunar eclipse, a phenomenon that is explained by the earth's atmosphere lets through the red light. Weather permitting, the red moon is seen in the southwest in the sky. A little later the same morning seen another unusual phenomenon: in a southeasterly direction is now Venus – morning star also known as – unusually close to Jupiter just over the horizon."
"the Next blodmåne seen in Sweden first, in may 2022."
"the solar Eclipse in south America"
"On July 2 occurs a total solar eclipse in Argentina and Chile. Members from the Swedish Tycho Brahesällskapet will travel there, as well as other enthusiasts from all over the world. In other south american countries is the eclipse is partial."
"Månlandningens cultural impact is explored in the exhibition"
"On 12 to 13 August, when sommarhimlen begin to darken properly, and the nights are still warm, will culminate with the northern hemisphere's most popular meteorsvärm, Perseiderna. Tycho Brahesällskapet start their game, against to each year invite the public to the observatory in Malmö, sweden to jointly study the shooting stars, often under the happy exclamations and applause, " says the chair of Peter Linde."
"Astronomy day and night"
"on 28 september, The celebrated Astronomy day and night on a number of different places in Sweden, in the year in conjunction with the science festival-Sponsored the 27 to 28 september. Activities are coordinated by the Swedish astronomical society, which fills a hundred years."
"On 11 november passing Mercury, the solar system's innermost planet, between the earth and our star, and then becomes visible as a small dot. This phenomenon, however, can only be seen through special telescopes that filter out the dangerous sunlight that would otherwise damage the sight."
"this Year's strongest meteorsvärm culminates each year around the lucia, on 13 and 14 december. The weather is not as inviting as in August, when the Perseidernas shooting stars can be seen."