8 – Occulataion of the bright α(alpha) Taurus – Aldebaran star with Moon at around 23:00UT. Exact time of the occultation depends on the location of the observer. Additional info
13 – The Perseids meteors peak with a ZHR of around 100. Maximum number of the meteors can be observed around 06:00UT to 09:00UT. The brightest meteors can be expect in the morning before the Sunrise.
13 – Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko at perihelion. A morning comet visible in larger telescopes, located in the constellation Taurus shining at the magnitude of around +12.0.
14 – New Moon.
21 – Conjunction between the Moon and Saturn as they pass within 2°30′ of each other.
22 – Occulataion of the bright θ(theta) Librae star with Moon at around 20:00UT. Exact time of the occultation depends on the location of the observer. Additional info
29 – Full Moon at 18:38 UT – Supermoon, named because of its large apparent size.