Hello people, tune in each week of 2023 for the perfect in astronomy from Astronomy Editor Dave Eicher, dropped at you by Celestron.
This week, we’re speaking about zodiacal mild, the elusive, cone-shaped glow that may typically be seen pointing almost straight up from the horizon. To identify it right now of yr, look to the west about an hour after the Solar units and twilight dies down. The unusual sight is attributable to daylight reflecting off cosmic mud that abounds in our photo voltaic system.
Information from the spacecraft have demonstrated that each collisions between asteroids in the primary asteroid belt and particles from comets contribute to the zodiacal mud cloud, in a proportion roughly one half asteroid to a few elements comet.
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