According to astronomy experts, Neptune will “rush into the sun” on September 12. In the next 10 days, interested astronomers will be able to witness the elegant demeanor of this mysterious light blue planet with the help of astronomical telescopes. Due to the light blue color of the planet in the large telescope, people can not help but think of the blue sea. Therefore, people call it “the God of the sea” in Roman mythology, and Neptune is translated into Chinese. The planet itself does not emit light, and it depends entirely on the reflection of sunlight. Therefore, the brightness is not high, and the brightness is only 7.8 when the sun strikes. According to Li meicong, vice president of Tianjin astronomical society, Neptune moved 180 degrees away from the sun’s yellow longitude on September 12, which is called “sun striking” in astronomy. At this time, Neptune is closest to the earth and is also the best time for astronomers to observe Neptune. Neptune rises from the eastern horizon at sunset and sets in the west the next day after the sun rises, so it can be observed all night. When the sun strikes, Neptune is located in the constellation Aquarius. The public still need to use astronomical telescopes to find it. If it can be matched with the Centennial chart, it will be easier to find its position in the sky. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure