The Stargazing Overview June 2022 is everything you wanted to know about the astrological configuration for June 2022 but were afraid to ask.
“Maybe life is all about twirling under one of those midnight skies, cutting a swathe through the breeze and gently close your eyes.” ~ Sanober Kha
The Moon will also be the protagonist of astronomical events this month through the supermoon, which will happen three times this year. The first of these will be on June 14, and the episode will be repeated on July 13 and August 12. The supermoon is characterized by a noticeably larger and brighter moon than usual. This happens during the full Moon, close to perigee. Hence, the name was given to the closest position the Moon comes to Earth.
Each planet has its characteristic, which, combined with a particular star or positioned within the range of a zodiac sign, would have a concrete influence individually and on the communities, depending on the astrological aspectation they are forming.
Each planet represents stronger characteristics concerning some sectors:
1. Mercury – Communication, and intellect;
2. Venus – Affection and attraction;
3. Mars – Initiative, and impulses;
4. Jupiter – Growth, and opportunities;
5. Saturn – Challenges and discipline;
6. Uranus – Crisis and renewal;
7. Neptune – Inspiration and sensitivity;
On June 24, the planetary cluster event that started at the beginning of the year will finally end. The apex of the alignment is scheduled for June 17. After that, we will expect to havea bit of relief from the hodgepodge of confusing and conflicting energies polluting our astral lives.
On this day, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn will be aligned in the sky, being possible to observe them with the naked eye.
The June Bootids can be unpredictable at best. Historically, the shower has only produced about 5 or 6 meteors an hour, but it’s prone to sudden outbursts. They originated from the constellation of Bootes.
For example, in 1916, 1921, 1927, and, most recently, in 1998 about 100 or more hours were reported during the shower’s maximum. You can start looking a few hours after sunset on the 26th – at that time, the radiant will be high over the southwestern horizon, so keep your eyes toward the south and west. They will be active between Jun 2nd – Jul 2nd.
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