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Mars is closest to Earth in 15 years: Where and how live in India

Mars is closest to Earth in 15 years: Where and how live in India
Mars is closest to Earth in 15 years: Where and how live in India

On the night of July 31, 2018, Mars will be near Earth in a half and a half days. The earth will be on the red planet and on both sides, in which three divine bodies will be placed in a straight line. Although both planets will be close to each other, they will be 57.6 million km apart. This will be the closest distance between Mars and Earth by 2020, but the visibility of the red planet is good as only 15-17 years of today. The people who were watching the moon eclipse on July 27, they would have seen Mars in the sky, because the planet was visible easily by some degree from our natural satellite. We should be able to see Mars by September, but it will appear smaller in each passing day as it leaves the orbit around the Earth.

Mars planet near Earth in 15 years
Although Mars is the closest to Earth in 15 years, there is an event for our generation, as much as it was in 2003. Then back, Mars and Earth were '56 million kilometers away - an event that was not done in NASA's estimates in 60,000 years and will not be again until 2287.

So why does this happen?
Like all other planets, there are oval orbits in Earth and Mars, which means oval. The peripheral conspiracy occurs when Mars is at its closest point in the orbit of the Sun, which happened on July 27, 2018 - the night of lunar eclipse. At that time, the difference between the two planets was more than yesterday. But it should be noted that the closest Mars to Earth does not mean that it will also be the brightest. In fact, the best visibility of the planet is estimated from July 27 to July 30, which means that even now you have to experience the vision that you will not get for at least 15 years.

Where to see planet Mars near Earth
In the closest position of Earth, the best place to see Mars is in the Southern Hemisphere, which means that India is not at the best place for this divine event. However, visibility will not be very bad because it has been speculated that this planet will be easily visible from all parts of India, as well as it will not be from Australia, South Africa or South America. To be able to see the planet, you will need a telescope with a large lens (6 to 8 inches in size), and even then clouds can disrupt your thoughts.

If you want to watch Earth's closest Mars online, you can also watch the event on the YouTube Live Stream. NASA's Griffith Observatory is hosting the live stream of the event, which you can start by clicking

With the planet Mars in the closest position of the Earth, you should be able to start the sunset and watch the scene till sunrise. This gas will be brighter than the vast Jupiter and in the night sky will be bright as Saturn.
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