Updated: Aug 1, 2019
Monday July 29, 2019:
A tropical night on the island, we witness the objects above. This summer sky presents the constellation of Scorpius alongside with planets Saturn and Jupiter. In the Scorpius constellation, we have the famous star Antares (its brightest object). Antares appears reddish and is often confused with Mars. This star is a red supergiant (much much MUCH bigger than our sun) and will likely undergo a supernova. Happy astronomy!
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