What to observe in the sky in July: noctilucent clouds, bright Jupiter and meteor showers

Until the end of July, the inhabitants of Northern Europe, and Canada can observe noctilucent clouds in the period field of the most highest cloud formations in the earth’s atmosphere can sometimes reach an area of several million square kilometers. These clouds are formed at the height of 70-95 miles, while the “normal” clouds do not rise above 12 kilometers. Noctilucent clouds, sometimes called polar mesospheric polar clouds (polar mesospheric clouds, PMC), or night luminous clouds (noctilucent clouds, NLC). It is the latter name that most precisely meets their appearance and their conditions of observation, is accepted as the standard in international practice.

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